Noun(1) a girl or young woman who is unmarried
(1) he married a lass from Yorkshire(2) On my first day of travelling to school on the bus, I was at the back along with some friends, when a young lass got on.(3) The sight of a young lass flashing a bit of leg or a bit of cleavage can render most teenage lads incapable of concentrating on anything else.(4) When I was about 6 months pregnant I met a young lass at our local mother and baby group.(5) Shelma's a young lass from, well, I'm not sure where she's from, but she sings like an angel.(6) I did hear a young lass make an ado about knowing where we lived, and coming to see us.(7) Compare that to a young lass who did work experience with us a few months ago.(8) From now on, I will refer to stable staff not as lads or lasses , but as grooms, in recognition of the trade that they practice, which demands skill and commitment.(9) When we learned that the lads and lasses who had looked after us so well were away in the Gulf, we wanted to show them how much we care and wish them well.(10) These two Celtic nations had not faced each other on a football pitch for nearly 20 years, so it was a perfect opportunity for the lads and lasses to show the boys from the valleys their full regalia.(11) Once more it is a superb showcase for the lads and lasses of Green Door.(12) I know that there is some stiff competition in the house and I will have to be at my most erudite and witty best to get one over on some of these lads and lasses I will be entombed with.(13) The lads and lasses were bid for like cattle and a good lass made Ôö¼├║10 for the hiring (six months) and Ôö¼├║12 for the lad.(14) Working with an all-male cast (the bouncers play the lads and lasses too), Hannah has brought a female perspective to the production.(15) ├ö├ç├┐They are, in the main, decent lads and lasses and it's the minority which let the majority down,├ö├ç├û he said.(16) By contrast, the audience was split almost evenly between lads and lasses , and from a wider range of ethnic backgrounds than would be seen in an average office in Edinburgh or Glasgow.
(1) bonny lass :: ボニーの小娘
1. young girl ::
2. lassie ::
Different Formslass, lassen, lasses
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