A maidservant who dresses and waits upon a lady.(noun)
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Use "lady's maid" in a sentence
"Thus we see that Lord Byron's statements are directly opposed to those of his family in relation to his father; directly against Murray's accounts, and his own admission to Murray; directly against the statement of the lady's maid as to her position in the journey; directly against Mrs. Leigh's as to Mrs. Clermont, and against Lady Byron as to her mother."
"The lady's maid herself, Mrs. Mimms, says she was sent before them to Halnaby, and was there to receive them when they alighted."
"There were rents in riding-clothes to be mended; even – whisper it – a little laundry work to be done now and then by women, some of them accustomed to the ministrations of a lady's maid at home."