lady-in-waiting lady-in-waiting


  • (n) a lady appointed to attend to a queen or princess


  1. Sonthi is a descendant of Thailand's first Islamic spiritual leader, and his mother was a lady-in-waiting at the royal court.
  2. On the first Bastille Day, this remarkable noblewoman was 19 and an apprentice lady-in-waiting to Marie Antoinette.
  3. One day the lady-in-waiting and Juliana were somehow separated.


  • Brush royalty on tour

    Morgan County rodeo royalty has officially begun their tour. The Brush Rodeo Queen Elysa Mora and her Lady-in-Waiting Ayla Newman have officially kicked off their 2013 rodeo tour at the Elizabeth Stampede Rodeo in early June.
    on June 22, 2013     Source: The Fort Morgan Times

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