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Definition of "lady's maid" [lady's maid]

  • A maidservant who dresses and waits upon a lady. (noun)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

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."