noun, plural mi·la·dies.
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Origin of milady
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So I will say good-night—Milady, and hope that you will sleep well the first night in your new home.Man and Maid|Elinor Glyn
The eighteen-inch belt, of which we were so falsely proud in 1900, told unmistakable facts about milady's thoracic development.How to Analyze People on Sight|Elsie Lincoln Benedict and Ralph Paine Benedict
It was that silly remark about 'milady' that aroused opposition.
Milord and milady, I imagine, have chosen children instead of a guest.
"It's no use, milady," she said, replacing a little cushion under her elbow.Notwithstanding|Mary Cholmondeley