Synonyms of 'dame'
(in Britain) the title of a woman who has been awarded the Order of the British Empire or another order of chivalrya Dame of the British Empire
lady, , ,
the very noble lady whom I have the honour of calling patroness
grande dame (French), ,
a woman(old-fashioned derogatory, slang US, Canadian) This is one classy dame you've got yourself here.
I asked the woman at the desk for an application form.
a twenty-year-old girl
She's a very sweet old lady.
female sometimes offensive),
A slightly higher proportion of young females smoke than young males.
bird (slang, sometimes offensive),
stories of brave princes and beautiful maidens
miss (old-fashioned, or derogatory), ,
She didn't always come over as such a shy little miss.
But can he win back the heart of this fair maid?
a Southern gal who wanted to make it in the movies
lass, , ,
She's a Lancashire lass from Longton, near Preston.
charlie (Australian, old-fashioned, slang), ,
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in the sense of female
a female person, animal, or plantA slightly higher proportion of young females smoke than young males.
in the sense of gal
a girla Southern gal who wanted to make it in the movies
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