maiden ExamplesEN[ˈmeɪdən] [-eɪdən]
- Examples of maiden
- For the crabby awd dealers in ling, cod, and brats / And the vurgins that tempt us wi' nice maiden skyet...
- In the fable, the maiden had to find a catskin coat, a coat made of catskins.
- Leopold himself must have envied such perfect correctitude; but what may be admirable in an elderly statesman is alarming in a maiden of nineteen.
- From this time be somewhat scanter of your maiden presence; set your entreatments at a higher rate than a command to parley.
- The manufacturer's CEO was confident enough to ride as a passenger on the airship's maiden flight.
- The Titanic hit an iceberg and sank on her maiden voyage.
- Examples of maidens
- Here the princely hero is a nondancing cavalier amid the many swan-maidens who resemble the one with whom he is falling in love.
- He was surprised to see so many women workers. What did he expect, comely maidens?.
- The maidens of the villagery. — Shakespeare.
- On view from the sixth century B.C. are two small Attic representations of kourai, dressed statues of maidens, said to represent the Athenian aristocracy in rites celebrating the goddess Athena.
- For the sake of these "lily-handed maidens so daintily occupied," to use the editor's words, and for their sakes alone, has he waded through so many pages of dense technicalities from Actinococcus to Wormskioldia.
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