a novel by D. H. Lawrence which was written in 1928, but could not legally be sold in the UK until 1960 because the story contained a lot of descriptions of sex and was considered to be very shocking. It is about Lady Chatterley, a married woman from a high social class, who has a sexual relationship with her gamekeeper (=someone whose job is to take care of wild birds that are bred to be shot for sport).
Definition from the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Advanced Learner's Dictionary.
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