madam


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madam

n. the female keeper of a brothel. The cops led the madam away, followed by a parade of you-know-whats.
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They have requested me, Madam, to be their mouthpiece.
No, madam," replied one, "we are no blood relations at all, only brothers by our mode of life.
Now to the historical, for as Madam Mina write not in her stenography, I must, in my cumbrous old fashion, that so each day of us may not go unrecorded.
I made a couch with furs, and Madam Mina, lying down, yield herself as usual, but more slow and more short time than ever, to the hypnotic sleep.
Because, madam," replied Buckingham, piqued, "because the faithful Parry, the wandering Parry, the eternal Parry, is not, I believe, of much consequence.
It is true, madam," said Rochester, bowing in his turn, "that Parry is the model of servants; but, madam, he is no longer young, and we laugh only when we see cheerful objects.
My dear madam, I am not so ignorant of young ladies' ways as you wish to believe me; it is this delightful habit of journaling which largely contributes to form the easy style of writing for which ladies are so generally celebrated.
That is exactly what I should have guessed it, madam," said Mr.
If you will step this way for one moment, madam," he begged.
It appears to be perfectly true, madam, I regret to say," the clerk answered.
Sophia replied, "Delay at least, madam, I may expect from both your goodness and my father's.
I ought to have thought of that myself, but it escaped me, I confess--so far superior are your sex to ours, dear madam, in point of penetration and sagacity.
My dear madam, brought up, educated, and trained, expressly for that purpose.
I am just landed from the packet-boat, madam, and have been delayed by the weather: the infernal weather
Now, my dear madam,' he said, as he took back his cloak and threw it on, 'if you have the goodness to--what the Devil's that