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Definition of "young lady" [young lady]

  • A girlfriend; sweetheart (noun)
  • Used other than as an idiom: young lady. (noun)

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  • A term of endearment or address for a girl. (noun)

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Use "young lady" in a sentence
  • "“Mother,” he said, “there is another young lady residing in Parkchester, who at this moment is watching at the window, pining for her prince.”"
  • "This young lady is Agent Angela Phelps with the FBI."
  • "But then late that night, when it was still so hot and I could hardly sleep, I looked out my window and saw the young lady from the front desk, Mariah Weatherby Schmidt, swooping up coins in the blue moonlight."