ma'am

[ UK /mˈææm/ ]
[ US /ˈmæm/ ]
NOUN
  1. a woman of refinement
    a chauffeur opened the door of the limousine for the grand lady
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How To Use ma'am In A Sentence

  • It's in the ornamental frame on the mantelpiece in your own bedroom, ma'am.
  • But he continued with his usual steadiness; 'Why, that was but a unked morning we was together so long, ma'am, in my new summerhouse. Camilla
  • Not until I have told you... I would rather ask you than the Professor, ma'am. LORD OF THE SILENT
  • I do apologise for my ruffianly appearance, ma'am.
  • ‘He's already gone to shore, ma'am,’ said Peter.
  • Don't be alarmed, ma'am; as soon as we're under weigh we'll hoist the cow up, and get the piano down.
  • Thank you, ma'am, I shall be very happy, if grandmamma is willing. Oldtown Folks
  • Yes, ma'am," said Asahel staring a little; -- "there's red raspberries, and black raspberries, and low-bush blackberries and high blackberries, and huckleberries, and bearberries, and cranberries; besides nuts, and apples. Hills of the Shatemuc
  • ‘There's no secret, ma'am,’ Mr. Revere said, ‘we were speaking only of the famous beauty of Boston.’
  • Well, you see ma'am, we've got a few positive responses towards the notion that she may be hiding on your boat.
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