- A mocking title of Shelob, given to her by the Orcs.
J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth glossary. MueRTe. 2003.
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her ladyship — ● lady … Useful english dictionary
ladyship — noun 1 your ladyship/her ladyship used as a way of speaking to or talking about a woman with the title of Lady: Her ladyship is waiting for you in the drawing room. 2 BrE spoken a humorous way of talking about a woman who thinks she is very… … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
Ladyship — La|dy|ship [ leıdi,ʃıp ] 1. ) Her Ladyship used for talking about a woman with an important social position and the title of Lady : Her Ladyship will see you now. 2. ) Your Ladyship used for talking to a woman with an important social position… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
Ladyship — [[t]le͟ɪdiʃɪp[/t]] Ladyships N VOC; N PROPER: det poss N (politeness) In Britain, you use the expressions Your Ladyship, Her Ladyship, or Their Ladyships when you are addressing or referring to female members of the nobility or the wives of… … English dictionary
ladyship — la|dy|ship [ˈleıdiʃıp] n your/her ladyship a) used as a way of speaking to or talking about a woman with the title of Lady →↑lordship b) BrE spoken use this to talk about a woman who thinks she is very important used humorously ▪ Do you think her … Dictionary of contemporary English
Ladyship — UK [ˈleɪdɪʃɪp] / US [ˈleɪdɪˌʃɪp] Her/Your Ladyship used for talking about or to a woman with an important social position and the title of Lady Her Ladyship will see you now … English dictionary
ladyship — noun Date: 13th century the condition of being a lady ; rank of lady used as a title for a woman having the rank of lady < her Ladyship is not at home > < if your Ladyship please > … New Collegiate Dictionary
ladyship — noun /ˈleɪ.di.ʃɪp/ a) Term of respect for a woman of the peerage without using her title. Her ladyship will be unable to attend tonight, he said, with a wink because he hadnt said why. b) (English Commonwealth) Formal form of address for a lady… … Wiktionary
ladyship — /ˈleɪdiʃɪp/ (say laydeeship) noun 1. (often upper case) (preceded by her, your, etc.) (the form used in speaking of or to a woman having the title of Lady.) 2. the rank of a lady. –phrase 3. her ladyship, a. a haughty and overbearing woman … Australian English dictionary
Ladyship — La dy*ship, n. The rank or position of a lady; given as a title (preceded by her or your). [1913 Webster] Your ladyship shall observe their gravity. B. Jonson. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English