noun, plural mes·dames [mey-dam, -dahm] /meɪˈdæm, -ˈdɑm/ for 1; mad·ams for 2, 3.
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Origin of madam
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH madammadam , madame
Example sentences from the Web for madam
This leaves workers dependent on pimps and madams for protection, which often leads to more violence.
Suddenly I had madams, girls, and FBI informants on the phone.
Legally speaking, madams, agency owners, and telephone bookers take on a more-serious risk than do most escorts.
He has his madams to play with, and to bring them back to happiness, and to those that love them.Dracula|Bram Stoker
They say you have had eight packets due to you; so pray, madams, do not blame Presto, but the wind.The Journal to Stella|Jonathan Swift
Under that genial breath the colour came slowly back to madams cheek and lip, and her heart beat more strongly.By order of the company|Mary Johnston
What will be the price of the plaintiff's pleadings then, Madams?Baboo Jabberjee, B.A.|F. Anstey
The madams are very poor huts, supported on four small posts, and thatched with leaves.Castes and Tribes of Southern India|Edgar Thurston