Origin of maud
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How to use maud in a sentence
Today, in contrast, if Grandma Maude starts one in Maine, Aunty Carol can directly help out from California.
At the Gramercy Theater, a woman dressed as Maude Lebowski looks fierce as Cover Me Badd, the musical opener, takes the stage.
When the music gets going, the woman in the Maude costume rocks so hard her wig comes loose.
Maude, as it turns out, was much further ahead of her time than anyone imagined.
Maude, of course, decided to have an abortion, and the episode made television history.
Tell Lady Maude the candid truth, and take shame and blame to yourself, as you deserve.
I should like it to be used for Maude; and mind, I'll see to everything; you need not give yourself any trouble at all.
Lady Maude advanced; she had really come in by accident; her head was bent, her eyelashes rested on her flushed cheeks.
Lady Maude sat alone in her room; the white robes upon her, the orthodox veil, meant to shade her fair face thrown back from it.
And the countess-dowager fanned herself complacently, and neither she nor Maude cared for the absence of a groomsman.