my Lady

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my Lady (plural my Ladies)

  1. (Britain) Used in direct address to female peers of the realm, usually now excluding duchesses and, potentially, the Lords Spiritual.
  2. (Britain) Used in direct address to female bishops.
  3. (Britain) Used in direct address to the female Lord Mayors of certain important cities, including London and Canterbury.
  4. (Britain) Used in direct address to certain female judges, particularly High Court Judges and above.

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