noun, plural mi·la·dies.
Origin of milady
Examples from the Web for miladi
A gallery ran along this side of the house, built for miladi's convenience.
Pierre Gaudrion came up now and then, and miladi considered him quite a prodigy in several ways.
Impossible, miladi; dere 's nobody livin' in dese houses at all.The Daltons, Volume I (of II)|Charles James Lever
Miladi would dress up in one of her pretty gowns to the child's great delight, and they would invent wonderful figures.
Miladi had been in this state so long, sometimes rallying, and in the summer they would go to France.