OTHER WORDS FROM ladylikela·dy·like·ness, nounun·la·dy·like, adjective
How to use ladylike in a sentence
Miss Marston had said that they must think me very unladylike.
Mrs. Erveng won't let me play with Hilliard, I'm sure she won't, 'that's so unladylike!'
He has put me in the position of having done an unkind thing—an unladylike thing—when I was only doing what I had to do.The Register|William D. Howells
This conduct was “unladylike,” no doubt, but courageous; ungracious, but absolutely necessary.Lola Montez|Edmund B. d'Auvergne
There was a hard way with her of talking about herself which he almost pronounced to be unladylike.Mr. Scarborough's Family|Anthony Trollope