Lady's seal

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Lady's seal lā"dĭz sēl" (Bot) The European Solomon's seal (Polygonatum verticillatum).
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Usage

In literature:

That's the way those infernal notes from the Gray Seal used to end up: 'Find the lady, old chap; and you'll get me.
"The Adventures of Jimmie Dale" by Frank L. Packard
For all that, the bond was no sooner sealed after this fashion, than the lady's cheek began to burn.
"White Lies" by Charles Reade
Cupid's arrow pierced my heart in the person of a young lady, and sealed my fate.
"The Adventures of a Forty-niner" by Daniel Knower
He looked at the seal, but not at the direction; for he seemed to dread seeing Lady Elmwood's handwriting.
"A Simple Story" by Mrs. Inchbald
Lady Basset bowed gravely in reply to Godfrey's courtesy, broke the seal of the letter, and gazed upon the cabalistic characters therein written.
"The White Lady of Hazelwood" by Emily Sarah Holt
Cahoon's wife, if he had one, would not require a display of Lady Moyne's best clothes to seal her attachment to the Union.
"The Red Hand of Ulster" by George A. Birmingham
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