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Perhaps because of the word's association with high society, today lady is most acceptable in parallel with gentleman, as in the sentences Ladies and gentlemen, your attention please! Without much extravagance of eulogy, the spectacle might even be termed splendid; for, according to the fashion of the times, the ladies shone in rich silks and satins, outspread over wide-projecting hoops; and the gentlemen glittered in gold embroidery, laid unsparingly upon the purple, or scarlet, or sky-blue velvet, which was the material of their coats and waistcoats. When presented with a range of sentences using lady in formal and informal contexts with both male and female speakers, many members of the Panel stated that they found lady to be acceptable and inoffensive when used ironically or jocularly. Over the time it has been ranked as high as 12 049 in the world, while most of its traffic comes from Germany, where it reached as high as 380 position. Ladies has a decent Google pagerank and bad results in terms of Yandex topical citation index. According to MyWot and Google safe browsing analytics, Ladies. .

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Link to this page: When the ladies of Gaunt House were at breakfast that morning, Lord Steyne who took his chocolate in private and seldom disturbed the females of his household, or saw them except upon public days, or when they crossed each other in the hall, or when from his pit-box at the opera he surveyed them in their box on the grand tier his lordship, we say, appeared among the ladies and the children who were assembled over the tea and toast, and a battle royal ensued apropos of Rebecca. Usage Note: The word lady goes back to Old English and was traditionally used for a woman of social standing or rank. By contrast, the sentence Nancy Brown will be the first lady to serve as chair of the committee was accepted by only 29 percent of the Panel, with many panelists commenting that the use of lady where woman would easily do can be taken as offensive. · The use of lady as an attributive to modify another noun, as in the phrase lady doctor, is widely considered offensive. This latter sentence was approved by 91 percent of the Usage Panel in our 2016 survey. When the sex of the person is relevant, the preferred modifier is woman or female. A singular tale had gone abroad among the ladies of the province, that their fair rival was indebted for much of the irresistible charm of her appearance to a certain article of dress--an embroidered mantle--which had been wrought by the most skilful artist in London, and possessed even magical properties of adornment.

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The degree to which lady is or isn't considered offensive has become dependent on context. . . . .


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