Lady and Madam


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

Madam is a synonym for lady in boss topic. In some cases you can use "Madam" instead a noun "Lady", when it comes to topics like missis, missus. popular alternative

Nearby Words: lade, lad, ladyship


Madam noun - The female partner in a marriage.
Usage example: the madam and I are planning to go out for a nice dinner on our anniversary
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Synonyms for Madam

Lady is a synonym for madam in boss topic. You can use "Lady" instead a noun "Madam", if it concerns topics such as missis, missus. popular alternative

Both words in one sentence

  • Never Mess with Granny Madam Fatal (despite technically being a younger man) invokes this trope, dressing up as an old lady to fight crime.
  • Died in Your Arms Tonight In the famous dramatization of East Lynne, Lady Isabel, disguised as Madam Vine, takes her son William into her arms in his dying moments, and asks him to call her his mother.
  • Buck.The protagonist is Madam Wu, an aristocratic Chinese lady at the head of a large and influential family.
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