old lady

NOUN
  1. your own wife
    meet my old lady
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How To Use old lady In A Sentence

  • The old lady sat nodding by the fire.
  • There was an old lady who swallowed a crab. why did she grad that crawling crab?
  • The old lady is haunting her. Times, Sunday Times
  • The lonely old lady filled up the time between supper and retiring with solitaire.
  • But try telling that to the little old lady who has waited in vain a couple of years for a vital eye operation.
  • The old lady kept on about her illness.
  • I've generally been a lover of orientals and fruity-fresh scents, eschewing white florals and anything that smelled powdery or "old ladyish". Boadicea Pure and Benefit Laugh with Me Lee Lee
  • I shall be a bitter-looking little old lady with no muscle tone, she thought, and re-dialled Lucy.
  • But he was built of loyalty and unsuspicion; and though for a mere second a fear assailed him that the old lady was about to charge Reuben with playing his daughter false, he scouted the fancy hotly. Aunt Rachel
  • Who was that fierce old lady?
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