Madam [noun]

Definition of Madam:

a title of address

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Opposite/Antonyms of Madam:


Sentence/Example of Madam:

I tell you, madam, most distinctly and emphatically, that it is bread pudding and the meanest kind at that.'

I am ready Madam,—for I have sufficiently experienced the folly of my presuming to decline it.

Another female person, whom I put down as Madam Stone, arose and disappeared through an open door at my approach.

The boy took off his hat, and very handsomely addressed the cow, with "Your servant, madam."

I should be sorry to lay upon you, my dear madam, a burthen greater than the one you have already to bear.

Madam, I have come, with your gracious permission, to take leave of you; I am about to return to Clarides.

Clergymen, as you are aware, dear madam, are constantly exposed to these annoyances in the course of their ministrations.

Honoured Madam,—I thank you most cordially for the kind and flattering things you have written to me.

It was a veritable scrawl, madam, running something like this: 'I return your daughter to you.

You say, dear madam, you are good enough to say, it is “a keen pleasure” to you to bring my book within the reach of the blind.