(1) The skill of some of these amateurs is hardly surprising in view of the attention paid to drawing, painting, and other artistic pursuits in a gentlewoman 's education.(2) Caroline died at Matta House on 10 July 1874, to be remembered as a clever, courageous, kind and courteous gentlewoman .(3) As subsequent events make clear, a well-dressed gentlewoman , walking the winter roads of outer London, is a sight that sticks in observers' minds.(4) The gentlewoman of the period is acknowledged to be active in the household and estate management, public affairs and even government.(5) Though charming and pleasant, she was too ill-tempered to be a perfect gentlewoman .(6) An adolescent girl being prepared for her role as a gentlewoman , Elizabeth would have been provided with a well-furnished room and fine bed.(7) The spirit she brought to the ship surprised him, for a gentlewoman .(8) She is a Protestant gentlewoman and a Fenian, more renowned for her high society literary salon than her Republican poetry.(9) When she was informed of his identity, she countered that she was a gentlewoman of some birth herself, and introduced herself as Mlle. d' Aubigny, dite La Maupin.(10) She had never met a Norman gentleman or gentlewoman , only traders on market or fair days.(11) At the French court, the Princess Catherine is learning English from her gentlewoman Alice, finding the English words u251cu00f6u251cu00e7u251cu2510footu251cu00f6u251cu00e7u251cu00fb and u251cu00f6u251cu00e7u251cu2510gownu251cu00f6u251cu00e7u251cu00fb shockingly immodest.(12) She looked confused, a true gentleman, or gentlewoman in my case would never look a servant in the eye.(13) A mere gentlewoman would be the wife or daughter of one of the gentry.(14) Her small hands bore no calluses, and there were no visible scars on her person; she was obviously a gentlewoman .(15) After a moment, Olivia lowered her cup, looking the epitome of the composed gentlewoman , and said, u251cu00f6u251cu00e7u251cu2510Oh, Elizabeth, I'm certain that isn't true.u251cu00f6u251cu00e7u251cu00fb(16) She was another Catholic gentlewoman of the 17th century, who spent her entire fortune making vestments of silk, gold and pearls, to the rage and despair of her relatives.