lady friend


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Noun1.lady friend - a girl or young woman with whom a man is romantically involvedlady friend - a girl or young woman with whom a man is romantically involved; "his girlfriend kicked him out"
lover - a person who loves someone or is loved by someone
adult female, woman - an adult female person (as opposed to a man); "the woman kept house while the man hunted"
Translations

lady friend

n (old) (hum) → amica
References in classic literature ?
She's my lady friend," Jim explained, "and she's a peach.
An old woman we met in the shop then kindly took us along with her for a quarter of a mile, to a lady friend of hers, who occasionally let rooms to gentlemen.
The crowd poured out of the place and went flocking away in excited groups and couples, taking the events of the session over with vivacity and consuming interest, and everybody seemed to have had a satisfactory and enjoyable day except the accused, their counsel, and their old lady friend.
Yes, P-t-r, it is quite proper to treat a lady friend to ice cream twice if you can afford it.
Our dear old lady friend Thomson isn't here to worry so I think we can make you free of the ship.
Then, on the anniversary of the day on which I had been insulted, I hung my cassock on a peg, assumed the costume of a cavalier, and went to a ball given by a lady friend of mine and to which I knew my man was invited.
A lady friend of mine gets French lessons for eighteenpence an hour from a real French gentleman.
It used to be extremely prominent at one time, and was the cause of much misery to myself and discomfort to every one about me--my lady friends especially complained most bitterly about it.
Therefore if these surroundings, this discomfort, not to mention the appalling overtures of our lady friends, are distressing to you, why, consider how much more so they must be to me
At other times she lay quiet, thinking her own thoughts, or talking with me, and with one or two lady friends in the neighborhood who came regularly to see her.
I have more friends in New York than in Schenectady-- more gentleman friends; and more young lady friends too," she resumed in a moment.
On a train from Paris to Basle one Friday afternoon and packed with commuters, my then lady friend and I beheld an older lady occupying one of our booked seats.