First Lady

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First Lady (plural First Ladies)

  1. The wife of the chief executive of a nation; especially the wife of the President of a country; or a woman (e.g. a relative) who takes on similar public duties, as when the chief executive is unmarried.
  2. The wife of a pastor.
  3. Alternative spelling of first lady.

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  • The term is not always capitalized.

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