landlady landlady  /ˈlænd ˌleɪ di/

Definition(s):

  • (n) a landlord who is a woman

Usage(s):

  1. He makes a play for the landlady, a blowzy, bosomy redhead named Guinevere, who rambles on about past loves and lovers like a debased edition of Joyce's Molly Bloom.
  2. He became a real estate agent, married his landlady, a beautician named Emily Pacheo who was 13 years his senior.
  3. Now, for about $2,000 a month, her tenants get three bedrooms, a Jacuzzi and a landlady who gladly does the gardening.

News

  • Kenya Moore Wins New Hearing In Eviction Case

    Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kenya Moore has been given a new hearing date in her eviction case. Moore is currently battling her landlady, Conya Dillon, who filed a motion last Friday for an “expedited hearing on shortened notice” to have Moore removed from her Roswell rental home. “Defendant [Moore] has created a media circus in... Read more » Kenya Moore Wins New Hearing In Eviction Case is ...
    on June 26, 2013     Source: The Inquisitr

Quotes

  1. Shane tells me: "The suicide note was part of a script but the landlady found it and called the TV company because she was convinced I was about to jump off a bridge or something. It was very funny afterwards when the producers called me to check...
    on Jan 29, 2007 By: Shane Richie Source: Manchester Online

  2. "There's been talk of her playing a landlady in a seaside boarding house," Weeks says. "I can see her growing into a Miss Marple sort of character, dealing with all the characters coming to stay. I'd be very chuffed to do that. I hate to push...
    on Jul 13, 2008 By: Weeks Source: Sydney Morning Herald

  3. "I can't remember exactly how much I got, but it was a handy sum," said Mrs Nixon. "His landlady wrote to give us details of his funeral, saying it was well attended by his many friends."
    on Jun 29, 2008 By: Richard Nixon Source: Northern Echo

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