old lady

noun Informal.
1.
a mother, usually one's own.
2.
a wife.
3.
a girlfriend or female lover, especially a female lover with whom one cohabits.

Origin:
1775–85

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old lady
 
n
1.  mother an informal term for wife
2.  a large noctuid moth, Mormo maura, that has drab patterned wings originally thought to resemble an elderly Victorian lady's shawl

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But the old lady who runs it considers current culinary trends a tougher challenge than any of that.
They could be craters, they could be seas with water, they could be an old lady.
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