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landlady

n. female of landlord or owner of real property from whom one rents or leases. (See: landlord)

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She said the days of stern landladies checking the time their guests came in every evening were also in the past.
Landlord and landladies did not move around in those days, like they do today.
FOLLOWING a recent news item about organised gangs growing cannabis in rented accommodation and subsequent police raids, the Landlords Residential Lettings Free Help Desk issues the following important warning to private rented sector landladies and landlords.
Scots landladies from different corners of the country have swept the top three prizes in the contest to find the hostess with the mostest.
But last weekend the landladies came second to last, above the zany grouping of Record Breakers, but below the tour guide winners, accountants in second place, truckers in third and chefs fourth.
An AA survey of 3,500 landladies for a new B&B guide reveals other bizarre requests.