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old maid

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishold maidˌold ˈmaid noun [countable] old-fashioned not polite  MARRYan offensive word for a woman who has never married and is not young anymore syn spinster
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old maidShe didn't want false teeth; they would make her look like an old maid.She was an old maid and, I would guess, far too peculiar to gather other suitors.An old maid, perhaps, but what had Prudence accomplished to get rich?Half of her wants to be a fella, and the other half's a frustrated old maid.When she spoke to the old maid, she told her that she would be coming down in the morning.No, it went Prudence was a rich, ugly old maid courted by Incapacity.
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