Definition of lady-in-waiting in English:
noun (plural ladies-in-waiting)
A woman who attends a queen or princess.
- Jane Seymour was a lady-in-waiting to Anne Boleyn in 1534 when she began to attract Henry's attention.
- Being a minor poet is like being minor royalty, and no one, as a former lady-in-waiting to Princess Margaret once explained to me, is happy as that.
- He had left his wife, and the mother of his two children, Penelope Chetwode, for Elizabeth Cavendish, a lady-in-waiting to Princess Margaret and daughter of the Duke of Devonshire.
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