dame Maggie Smith's fiery Dowager Countess will get a confidante in the form of Lady Shackleton, played by dame Harriet Walters.
dame Helen Mirren comes out of CIA retirement to wield her weapon in Red, which hits theaters this weekend.
Over a glass (or more) of port, we toast to the Queen…and dame Judi Dench.
Are there any characteristics that she shared with dame Edna?
In the eyes of these designers, this woman is more of a damsel than a dame.
dame, I grieve to tell you that your knight has been somewhat hurt in his hunting.
One for my mas-ter, One for my dame, And one for the lit-tle boy That lives in our lane.
Each gentleman escorted a dame wearing a coat of satin cramoisy over a fur-edged round skirt la Portuguaise.
The lady-housekeeper is expressly called in one story dame Holle.
"That was not the worst of it," continued dame Brinker, knitting slowly and trying to keep count of her stitches as she talked.
early 13c., from Old French dame "lady, mistress, wife," from Late Latin domna, from Latin domina "lady, mistress of the house," from Latin domus "house" (see domestic). Legal title for the wife of a knight or baronet. Slang sense of "woman" first attested 1902 in American English.