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mayoress

1. Chiefly Brit the wife of a mayor
2. a female mayor
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The lady mayoress wrote: "I don't know of any chair who sits through a five-hour-long monthly meeting without any support.
She went on to become a Rotarian, care manager, Mayoress and charity founding member, but above all else she is described by her family as a "beautiful and amazing mum, nanny and sisterin-law".
"It has been a privilege to serve the borough as Mayor and I would like to thank my mayoress, Cynthia Bradley-Stevenson for her support.
After meeting the crew and lifeboat station members, the mayor and mayoress mingled with a myriad of visitors at stands selling homemade baking and preserves, crafts, ship-themed china plates, hot dogs, drinks and muchsought-after RNLI Christmas cards and calendars.
The event raised money for resident funds and the Mayor and Mayoress spent time meeting residents, looking round the home and having ago on various stalls.
The new Mayor is accompanied by his partner, Mandy Coram, as Mayoress, and Cllr Eric Wyn Roberts and his wife as deputy Mayor and deputy Mayoress.
Margaret Nelson, a resident at Sunrise Senior Living on Cyncoed Road, celebrated her big day in the company of the Lord Mayor and Lord Mayoress of Cardiff last Friday .
THE mayor and mayoress of Gateshead paid a special visit to Alexandra House care home.
RESIDENTS of South Tyneside flocked to South Shields Town Hall this week for the traditional 'Mayoress at Home' event.
10 years ago WALKERS at Redcar could stumble across an unusual find on the beach - the Mayoress' medal from her chain of office.
TRIBUTES have been paid to the Lady Mayoress of Coventry Norma Mulhall who has died aged 70.
TESCO workers have revealed Mary Byrne is known as the Lady Mayoress in their Ballyfermot store.