Noun(1) an unmarried girl (especially a virgin(2) (cricket
Adjective(1) serving to set in motion, or maiden
(1) In 1926, DH Lawrence stayed there with a couple of maiden aunts while he corrected proofs of Lady Chatterley's Lover.(2) The three-year-old progressed nicely last season, winding up with a maiden race success over this course and distance.(3) Green Eyed Lady, sent off favourite to make a winning debut in a maiden race on this course 11 days ago, had to be content with third place behind Distant Mist.(4) This is a meeting which can throw up some interesting horses for the future from the two-year-old maiden races.(5) Four years later, when Lotty was sixteen years old, we find one of the maiden aunts writing that her sister Rachel had taken Lotty and her mother to see Eccleshall church.(6) John Gosden's exciting colt fulfilled previous promise when winning an above-average maiden race at Leicester in the style of a useful performer.(7) She was humming to herself an enchanting melody, and the young Count stood there entranced by the fair young maiden .(8) Anand had won this tournament in his maiden attempt in 1989 and also in 1998, 2003 and now in 2004.(9) The Baldwins reminded me of many such maiden ladies I knew back in the Little Town.(10) Godolphin Racing added to its juvenile stable recently with the private purchase of the maiden colt Mount Joy for an undisclosed price.(11) A fluent winner of a modest maiden race at Beverley last time, Caracara could hardly have scored with more authority.(12) In the summers his mother used to return with the kids from Limerick to her native Dublin, where he would be surrounded by his granny and a selection of doting maiden aunts.(13) The maiden aunts of Mortimer Brewster, as it turns out, are not totally responsible for their actions, as insanity, to varying degrees, runs in the family.(14) The three-year-old, trained by Mark Johnston, bolted home by eight lengths in a maiden race at Carlisle 12 days ago and looks capable of holding his own in handicap company.(15) Now we have responsibility for my 88 year old cantankerous maiden aunt who suffers from moderately severe dementia and resides in a rest home.(16) Last month, Lemhannas Governor Ermaya, visited the regency to mark the maiden harvest of rice grown using the Thai seeds.
(1) maiden name :: 旧姓
1. unmarried ::
2. first ::
3. initiative ::
4. maiden over ::
5. maid ::
Different Formsmaiden, maidenhood, maidenly, maidens
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