[ US /mɪˈɫeɪˌdi/ ]
[ UK /mˈɪle‍ɪdi/ ]
  1. an English noblewoman
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How To Use Milady In A Sentence

  • There was a furious gabble of ‘right away milady!’
  • Mistress Dina said my milady must come to the queen's private quarters right away.
  • I hesitate to disturb Lord Prestimion's holiday in Muldemar without your permission, milady. LORD PRESTIMION
  • `I confess, milady, I am mighty scared of being alone in a dark place with a dead head for company. THE RIVAL QUEENS: A COUNTESS ASHBY DE LA ZOUCHE MYSTERY
  • “Dinner is served, milady,” he called shyly, grinning at me. Dark Angel
  • Ay, milady, ran a man through outside a tavern in broad daylight. THE RIVAL QUEENS: A COUNTESS ASHBY DE LA ZOUCHE MYSTERY
  • Yes, milady, and the prophesy is being fulfilled at the moment!
  • Or if milady has all the perfume she needs, an alternative gift worth considering is a pair of brief lace and mesh throng panties at Madison Avenue's La Perla. Dan Dorfman: St. Nick Really Is Coming to Town
  • If only you weren't so tanned, milady, you'd be more beautiful than any court lady!
  • My name is Pippa, and please milady, I am taught to address you as such.
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