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madam

A woman who runs or manages a brothel. The boy spent years tracking down his mother, finally discovering that she was a madam in a small town in California. The notorious madam kept up a rather demure and unassuming façade, but she would as quick kill you as look at you if ever you took liberties in her establishment.

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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Faiz sahib dedicated his Nazm "Mujh Se Pehli Si Mohabbat" to madam.
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Besides making the Ikebana arrangements, Madam Kurai on the occasion also showcased her impressive embroidery work.
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This trend, Madam President, is not only regressive, it is downright dangerous.
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