noun, plural land·la·dies.
Examples from the Web for landlady
His landlady interrupted his gaze to know what he would have for dinner, but he declined to use any discretion in the matter.Robert Falconer|George MacDonald
I think he has once or twice sent her what the landlady's daughter calls bo-kays of flowers,—somebody has, at any rate.The Professor at the Breakfast Table|Oliver Wendell Holmes (Sr.)
Without waiting for his reply she entered the inn and ran quickly up the stairs which the landlady had already ascended.The Lamp of Fate|Margaret Pedler
In the evening he told the landlady he would leave next day, in spite of her assurances that nothing more would happen.The Empty House And Other Ghost Stories|Algernon Blackwood
Shortly after six o'clock, the landlady disturbed Mrs. Wragge's studies by spreading the cloth for dinner.No Name|Wilkie Collins