English version

damsel

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdamseldam‧sel /ˈdæmzəl/ noun [countable] old use  1 damsel in distress2 WOMANa young woman who is not married, especially a pretty young woman in an old story
Examples from the Corpus
damselWillie Maley, a pearl among swine, dutifully held the door open for the departing damsel.Unlike Fragonard's star-struck damsels, we keep one eye permanently trained on the future.Victorian damsels madly anticipate his imminent arrival.The word used in Isaiah is the word damsel, a young woman.
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