Gray Lady

  1. a female worker in the American Red Cross who serves as a volunteer aide in medical services.

Words Nearby Gray Lady Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2024

How to use Gray Lady in a sentence

  • No one else stopped them until they reached the Little Gray Lady's porch.

    The Little Gray Lady | F. Hopkinson Smith
  • She kissed the orchid and Gray Lady lightly on the top of the head.

    The Silver Butterfly | Mrs. Wilson Woodrow
  • "I wish she knew who my Gray Lady is," put in Tess, rather complainingly.

  • Ruth had been with Tess to call on Mrs. Eland, and the little Gray Lady had told them all about it.

  • The lad had been indignant at the “molly-coddling” and had hurt the tender heart of the Gray Lady by some angry words.

    Dorothy on a Ranch | Evelyn Raymond