ladyship

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Term of respect for a woman of the peerage without using her title

Her ladyship will be unable to attend tonight, he said, with a wink because he hadn't said why.

Formal form of address for a lady judge (as opposed to the informal "judge")
{n} the usual title of or address to a lady
politeness In Britain, you use the expressions Your Ladyship, Her Ladyship, or Their Ladyships when you are addressing or referring to female members of the nobility or the wives of knights. Her Ladyship's expecting you, sir. your/her ladyship a) used as a way of speaking to or talking about a woman with the title of Lady lordship b) use this to talk about a woman who thinks she is very important - used humorously
{i} title and form of address for a woman holding the rank of lady; rank of a lady
a title used to address any peeress except a duchess; "Your Ladyship"; "Her Ladyship
The rank or position of a lady; given as a title (preceded by her or your)
Formal form of address for a lady judge (as opposed to the informal "judge")"
a title used to address any peeress except a duchess; "Your Ladyship"; "Her Ladyship"
Your Ladyship
title used when speaking to a woman having the rank of lady
ladyships
plural of ladyship
ladyship
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