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Lady Friend

Posted on 20.06.2019 by Sasar
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8 Responses to Lady Friend

  1. Kanris says:
    countable noun [usually poss NOUN] Someone's lady friend is the woman with whom they are having a romantic or sexual relationship.
  2. Kajilkree says:
    Lady Friend Alzheimer's Support Fund™ is a (c)3 non-profit corporation formed to raise funds to help caregivers of loved ones with Alzheimer’s who are caring for them at home. The journey to this non-profit began over 20 years ago when Joan, wife of Dan Summers, was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.
  3. Maujora says:
    Girlfriend implies a commitment to her and is pretty specific. Lady friend might just be a female friend, or a girl who I'm just sleeping with. And I may use that term because I feel like the exact nature of our relationship is ambiguous. Or because I don't want people to know we're sleeping together.
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  5. Kazrall says:
    Noun 1. lady friend - a girl or young woman with whom a man is romantically involved; "his girlfriend kicked him out" girlfriend, girl lover - a person who velaciserlandde.sauvesmesemicatandnamopatniehip.infoinfo+friend.
  6. Arasida says:
    "Lady friend" is a very antiquated term. Unfortunately, you won't know until you ask him. Yet, if you have to ask, do you really feel as if you're his woman? He could be saying exactly what he means: you're a lady who is a friend. I'd ask him if.
  7. Megis says:
    Usually, if I refer to a "lady friend" it means a girl I have or am currently sleeping with. If she is my friend I will call her my friend or use her name. There is no reason to call her my lady friend.
  8. Faugis says:
    lady friend (plural lady friends) A female friend (used to avoid the possible ambiguity of the term girlfriend) (euphemistic) A quainter term for girlfriend, often used ironically.

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