- n. alternative spelling of lady friend.
“Then I called a ladyfriend, and we went out for drinks.”
“The ladyfriend is a vegetarian, which means I have full blessings to trot out my favorite non-meat based dishes.”
“I asked my ladyfriend about the statement and she thought it OK as originally written.”
“My ladyfriend had Movistar but it lacked coverage even in good-sized pueblos like Tepecaltepec.”
“I usually take the screen on my iPod touch all the way down to its dimmest so as not to disturb my ladyfriend lying next to me.”
“Surrogates has action sequences but my action-loathing ladyfriend had a good time.”
“His ladyfriend sat behind him in a passenger seat, checking her watch.”
“We used to all play – my ex and I, my brother and his wife, and my dad and his ladyfriend, every Saturday night and play till dawn.”
“Andrew Cuomo's ladyfriend Sandra Lee is, of course, no stranger to the spotlight, but shares a similar distaste for the personal.”
“In this week's adventure, Denver food writer and cocktail poetess Denveater -- who is also the festival publications editor and fancy ladyfriend of the festival's Artistic Director -- shares her sketchbook from one night of a two-week whirlwind of bars, receptions, lounges, afterparties and more bars.”
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