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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of ladyfy.

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Examples

  • He had just paddin 'enough to round him out well, and not so much as to make him look ladyfied.

    Shorty McCabe

  • That was the most ladyfied room I ever put me foot in.

    Shorty McCabe

  • "Margaret might object," and I laughed at the probable dismay of our stalwart, rough-and-ready five-foot-tenner, should this ladyfied blonde permanently invade her domain.

    The Making of Mary

  • "And doesn't she look stylish and young ladyfied, with her skirts down to her ankles," added Lloyd.

    The Little Colonel's Hero

  • Old Mary declared that Miss Clover was getting quite young-ladyfied, and "Miss Clover" was quite aware of the fact, and mightily pleased with it.

    What Katy Did: A Story

  • "She's too fine ladyfied to suit me," said Helen Hartwell.

    Then and Now;--Or,--Hope's First School

  • He had almost forgotten that elaborately gowned miss who at sixteen had assumed such young-ladyfied airs.

    Quaint Courtships

  • The girls found dead wood very scarce that day, but at last on seeing on the other side of the stream quite a gleaning of branches deposited there by the torrent, Marie and Jeanne crossed over through the water; whilst Bernadette, more delicate than they were, a trifle young-ladyfied, perhaps, remained on the bank lamenting, and not daring to wet her feet.

    The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete Lourdes, Rome and Paris

  • The girls found dead wood very scarce that day, but at last on seeing on the other side of the stream quite a gleaning of branches deposited there by the torrent, Marie and Jeanne crossed over through the water; whilst Bernadette, more delicate than they were, a trifle young-ladyfied, perhaps, remained on the bank lamenting, and not daring to wet her feet.

    The Three Cities Trilogy: Lourdes, Volume 1

  • The girls found dead wood very scarce that day, but at last on seeing on the other side of the stream quite a gleaning of branches deposited there by the torrent, Marie and Jeanne crossed over through the water; whilst Bernadette, more delicate than they were, a trifle young-ladyfied, perhaps, remained on the bank lamenting, and not daring to wet her feet.

    The Three Cities Trilogy: Lourdes, Complete

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