lady-in-waiting

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  • noun

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a lady appointed to attend to a queen or princess

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If it's love at first sight, Cheap Tickets can get you to Vegas to tie the knot over a long weekend -- and you'll still have money left over to court lady luck as well.
The author was a court lady whose life remains a mystery.
Written by a court lady nearly 1,000 years ago, the Tale of Genji is generally regarded as the world's first great novel.
In addition, a mileage pool and bingo offer other chances to court lady luck.
Robert LaFosse as Herr Drosselmeier almost took flight as he flourished his cape, and William Otto's Mother Ginger preened and sashayed with the charm of a court lady.
At the opposite, iconic end of the scale sat the court lady, a prominent but mostly decorative presence in Castiglione's Il Cortigiano, serving as medium and mirror of male perfection.
During the ceremonial preparations on the eve of her wedding, Hippolyta receives no more than the attentions prescribed by decorum from Theseus, who shows more interest in a young court lady.
Appeal Court Lady Justice Mary Arden found that even though ex-jail bird Miller employed ex-offenders he "still has to comply with the law" and that his attempts to straighten out his business were "not adequate".
Outside the court Lady Alice said: "Sam needs help.