Gentlewoman and Lady

Gentlewoman

Gentlewoman noun - A woman of high birth or social position.
Usage example: in the 19th century a number of American gentlewomen used their wealth and influence to further abolitionism, women's rights, and other worthy causes
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Synonyms for Gentlewoman

Lady is a synonym for gentlewoman in person topic. In some cases you can use "Lady" instead a noun "Gentlewoman", when it comes to topics like woman, noblewoman, well-bred woman, woman of noble birth. popular alternative

Lady

Lady noun - An adult female human being.
Usage example: “ladies and gentlemen, please observe closely,” said the magician
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Synonyms for Lady

Gentlewoman is a synonym for lady in person topic. You can use "Gentlewoman" instead a noun "Lady", if it concerns topics such as woman, noblewoman, well-bred woman. archaic substitute

Nearby Words: lade, lad, ladyship

Both words in one sentence

  • At one point, Lady Tremaine taunts Cinderella that the prince would never marry a peasant girl, but with a gentlewoman like herself backing her it might be feasible, in a bid to blackmail Cinderella into making her Queen Dowager.
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