Milicent was delighted for to show me every part of this her home.
Milicent had asked for a little Scotch song, and I was just in the middle of it when they entered.
Lady Milicent Falstolf, we are told, was the only one in her father's household who had a ewer and washing-basin.
Milicent pressed forward and led me to my chamber, wherein a fire had been lighted, and would make me drink a hot posset.
We are to have two lady visitors also: Mr. Wilmot is to bring his niece and her cousin Milicent.
fem. proper name, earlier Malasintha, from shortened form of Old High German Amalswind, literally "strong in work," from amal "work" + *swind "strong" (cf. Old English swið "strong," gesund "healthy").