Lady [noun]

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Some of her early songs were so pointedly feminist that radio stations wouldn’t play them, yet she also wrote one of history’s only known songs about PMS, a look-out-fellas-ladies-be-crazy deep cut that, unlike most of her work, has not aged well.

The lady who lived across the hall had gone to see her daughter in Georgia, and now she was stuck there while all her things were here.

A week or two later, I told the dog's owner how scared my kids are to go by their house — not because of the dog, but because of the "mean scary lady."

The only woman indicted in the 20-year history of the International Criminal Court is Simone Gbagbo, the former first lady of Cote d’Ivoire.

Honorifics should be used on envelopes, and widowhood does not change the lady’s form of address.

Breaking tradition, she became the only first lady to regularly hold news conferences.

Cheney, a former second lady of the United States, is a careful student of history with a discerning eye.

A version of this article appears in the November 2020 issue of Fortune with the headline, “The first lady of Wall Street.”

The wildflowers start popping in late March, but things really get going in April, when trillium and pink lady’s slippers bloom.

Evelyn Johnson is a full-time cat lady and a part-time blogger.