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Use "maidens" in a sentence
"Farfán devotes a chapter to the menstruation problems of criollas, which according to the doctor was so common that "we see it everyday in maidens, married women, and widows.""
"We have no females of our own and must propagate by enticing maidens from the walled towns."
"So, with the dawn, there was much trampling of hoofs and baying of hounds as all the knights got to horse; but Queen Guenevere herself, though she had said she would ride with the hunt, slept late, and when she called her maidens to her, it was broad day."