- n. rare A Lady in the household of a queen or princess who attends her as a personal servant, generally considered an honour.
- n. A woman who is a servant to a lady. Similar to a valet for a gentleman.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a lady of the queen's household, appointed to wait upon or attend the queen.
- n. a lady appointed to attend to a queen or princess.
- n. a lady appointed to attend to a queen or princess
“She does justice to the author's often richly poetic text, and plays many characters well—Desdemona, Othello, both their mothers and Desdemona's lady-in-waiting, Emilia—often in conversations with one another in the Afterlife.”
“Best of all are the sober-faced portraits of Empress Sissi (whose name the café's plays on), Marie Louise, her alleged lady-in-waiting (and the distant aunt of one of the owners) and, finally, Süssi herself, the owner's long-haired Dachshund.”
“It represents a big change in both the life of the bride-to-be and the lady-in-waiting, and in their relationship with each other.”
“Lady Cremorne was a lady-in-waiting to Queen Charlotte, which must have made life for her slightly awkward after the Declaration of Independence.”
“From the moment she bids farewell to her lady-in-waiting Emilia, through her melancholy "Willow Song" and the desperate prayer aria that follows, Fleming approaches perfection in one of the most moving moments in opera.”
“She bestowed a necklace to her lady-in-waiting after losing a match.”
“She and her lady-in-waiting (Marianne Jean-Baptiste) discover afterward that their mates are not quite the steady customers that they had previously seemed.”
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