She was so alarmed that she lashed out with both hind feet in a most unladylike manner.
With which unladylike remark she dismissed him from her mind as a possible ally.
It was more than Mrs. Bazalgette could bear: she had now and then, not often, unladylike impulses.
Mrs. Erveng won't let me play with Hilliard, I'm sure she won't, 'that's so unladylike!'
Such an atrociously cheeky, unladylike thing to do, and putting her address here at the Grange!
And you know, Mark, it was so unladylike, her getting up in that way.
She had lain awake half the night thinking of what a rude, unladylike, childish trick she had been guilty.
I exclaimed, shocked at this strange and unladylike upheaval.
It would be most unladylike to read it, she decided—a sort of thing only the housemaids would do.
They said it was 'unladylike' and a lot more things, for me to write to him at all.