made vs maid

made maid


  • 1) A maggot or grub.
  • 2) (Zoöl.) See mad, n.
  • 3) See mad.
  • 4) Assured of success.
  • 5) Having been invented; contrived.
  • 6) Produced or created artificially.
  • 7) Produced or manufactured by constructing, shaping, or forming. Often used in combination.
  • 8) having the sheets and blankets set in order; -- of a bed.
  • 9) Artificially produced; pieced together; formed by filling in
  • 10) successful or assured of success.
  • 11) Artificial.
  • 12) produced by a manufacturing process
  • 13) (of a bed) having the sheets and blankets set in order
  • 14) successful or assured of success
  • 15) Simple past tense and past participle of make.
  • 16) imp.&p.p.ofmake.
  • 17) Fatigued;exhausted.
  • 18) (made for) Perfectly suited for.


  • 1) A girl or an unmarried young woman; maiden.
  • 2) archaic A virgin of either gender.
  • 3) A female servant or cleaner (short for maidservant).
  • 4) A housemaid or chambermaid.
  • 5) An unmarried woman; usually, a young unmarried woman; esp., a girl; a virgin; a maiden.
  • 6) (Zoöl.) See under Fair, a.
  • 7) (Zoöl.), Prov. Eng. The female of a ray or skate, esp. of the gray skate (Raia batis), and of the thornback (Raia clavata).
  • 8) a female attendant of a queen or royal princess; -- usually of noble family, and having to perform only nominal or honorary duties.
  • 9) See under Old.
  • 10) obsolete A man who has not had sexual intercourse.
  • 11) an unmarried girl (especially a virgin)
  • 12) The twait-shad.
  • 13) A young unmarried woman; a girl; specifically, a girl of marriageable age, but applied, usually with little or some other qualifying term, to a female child of any age above infancy: as, a maid, or a little maid, of ten summers.
  • 14) A woman, especially a young woman, who has preserved her virginity; a virgin.
  • 15) The thornback ray. Also called maiden and maidenskate.
  • 16) A sort of cheesecake.
  • 17) One of various fishes. The female of several species of skate.
  • 18) A game of cards played by any number of persons with a pack of fifty-one cards, one of the queens being thrown out; all cards that match are discarded, and that player in whose hand the odd queen is finally left is said to be caught, and doomed to be an old maid (or bachelor).
  • 19) A man who has always remained continent.
  • 20) The wryneck, Iynx torquilla.
  • 21) A female servant or attendant charged with domestic duties: usually with a specific designation, as a housemaid, chambermaid, nurse-maid, a maid of all work, etc. See the compounds, and phrases below.
  • 22) The lapwing: from the fancy that old maids are changed into these uneasy birds after death.


  • 1) She had been due to be maid of honour.
  • 2) We had a palatial house and a maid.
  • 3) But all was well when she realised she was to be maid of honour.
  • 4) They almost plead with their maid of honour not to dress them up in a hideous outfit and make them drink.
  • 5) Presumably the mistress's work was frequently shared by a maid or other servant.
  • 6) We've come up with a few ideas to help out the best man and maid of honour.
  • 7) In 1999 she was caught fighting with a young maid over a married pastry chef they were both seeing.
  • 8) A hotel maid in a beige uniform paused at the corner of the courthouse and slipped out of trainers into her work shoes.
  • 9) We talked about dresses and I told her she would be my maid of honour.
  • 10) She was the only person I wanted as my maid of honour.
  • 11) A disorganised woman is asked to be maid of honour at her best friend's wedding.
  • 12) Were not Achilles and Ajax both in love with their servant maids?
  • 13) It was at the celeb's multi-million pound house while the maid was away.
  • 14) Enter a maid, gazing at a mango branch, and behind her, a second_.) _First maid_.
  • 15) Got my truck washed too in case they need it for some reason as the maid is always getting me to take her somewhere.
  • 16) The children ask their mother when "auntie" - what they called the maid, is coming back.
  • 17) What a man with a good horse, and good wine, and good tobacco, wanteth a wife for, passeth my understanding, but I know thou art young, and the maid is a fair one.
  • 18) - Her "maid" is poor Kirkcaldy Helen, one of the notabilities, and also blessings here; who staid with us (thanks chiefly, almost wholly, to the admirable/management/) for nearly twelve years on a stretch.
  • 19) Our maid is 4 months pregnant and has complications where she needs to rest (actually lie down most of the time) and cannot work.
  • 20) Little wonder that Elomire's maid is nearly mute; grotesque corruption can leave one speechless.
  • 21) The gist of this cinematic gem is that an ordinary family wins a rather unordinary prize -- a smart house, complete with a holographic live-in maid who does everything from cleaning to cooking to mothering this single-parent family.
  • 22) ‘An army of servants - maids, footmen, cooks and gardeners - made the luxurious lifestyle of the family possible.’
  • 23) ‘Every room had maids and servants and butlers all cleaning and decorating his home.’
  • 24) ‘Most female migrants to the first world find employment as maids or domestics.’
  • 25) ‘When single women began to settle in the United States, they went into domestic work as maids, cooks, and housekeepers.’
  • 26) ‘In Edwardian times many lower class woman would work as servants or maids for upper class families.’
  • 27) ‘The heavy oak doors at the top of the steps opened with a slow precision as several maids and other servants came out to collect any luggage that their new guest may be carrying.’
  • 28) ‘Dinner ended with the maids and servant folk clearing the table.’
  • 29) ‘Carefully avoiding maids and other assorted servants, Signe successfully made it to the dining room without being seen by anyone.’
  • 30) ‘Hired security was just like any other kind of staff, just like the maids and the servants and drivers.’
  • 31) ‘The air was filled with the noise and clatter of servants and maids from every quarter.’
  • 32) ‘In addition to the three aunts the household also included my grandmother, a female cousin and a maid.’
  • 33) ‘A variety of special dishes are prepared from fresh ingredients for ceremonial occasions by the woman of the house and her female maids.’
  • 34) ‘Gracie worked as a live-in domestic maid with a family in Mangalore.’
  • 35) ‘People were forever writing letters to each other, says Fellowes, asking where they could find decent cooks and competent maids or reliable footmen.’
  • 36) ‘Below stairs, their maids and valets work in tandem with the house staff, a subterranean world with its own strict hierarchy.’
  • 37) ‘A maid and a butler hold umbrellas over a couple dancing on a windswept beach in their evening wear, their faces obscured.’
  • 38) ‘Suspicions were raised when a chamber maid saw documents in his jacket which contradicted his story.’
  • 39) ‘Nicholas' maid walked into the room informing him a young woman stood at the door looking for him.’
  • 40) ‘Jenna smiled at her maid, the women she regarded more as a sister or an aunt or on occasions like now a mother.’
  • 41) ‘There, the pictures are in a large, empty house ... about 200 yards in length and the permanent inhabitants are a Housekeeper and two maids, and a carpenter who is in and out as required during the day.’
  • 42) ‘Was this just Andrew's manner - no, but he certainly didn't flirt with the other maids and pretty girls he passed on the streets.’
  • 43) ‘A young justice, the Governer of the town, saw the young maid and fell in love with her.’
  • 44) ‘The young fifteen-year-old elven maid paraded from her father's cart to the Market streets.’
  • 45) ‘Where Kiaria was a quiet and reserved elven maid, Eva was a loud and borderline obnoxious human woman.’

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