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Miss

noun [U]  /mɪs/ us  
a title for a girl or a woman who has never been married, used before the family name or full name: Miss Green Miss is also used as a form of address to get the attention of a girl or woman: Hey, Miss, you dropped a glove! A woman who has won a beauty competition is often given the title "Miss" and the name of the place that she represents: Miss Alaska/Miss America
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