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See also: ladies


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  1. Toilets for women.
    • 1968, John Fowles, The Magus, page 568
      Kemp left me to go to the ladies'. I pulled out a paperback I had in my pocket.
    • 1996, Deirdre Purcell, Roses After Rain,page 335
      Where's the ladies' in this joint? I've to powder me nose."
    • 1995, Maeve Binchy, The Glass Lake, page 95
      At Brighton railway station on the way back she felt a dampness but decided not to go to the ladies' to investigate.
    • 1996, Nina Bawden, Granny the Pag, page=168
      I'd better go to the ladies' and clean myself up.”
  2. A store department where clothing is sold for adult females.

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