good person (part of speech: noun)
woman (part of speech: noun)
- She remained beneath his roof that night, and the elderly gentlewoman, his relation and gouvernante, attended her. - "Ernest Maltravers, Complete", Edward Bulwer-Lytton.
- She lived like a gentlewoman, as far as outward appearance went, and never seemed to be in want; but some people would say that she knew very well how many sides there were to a shilling, and some enemy had once declared that she was an " old soldier." - "An Unprotected Female at the Pyramids", Anthony Trollope.
- The child did not know that it was the universal custom of his class; that there was nothing else to be done when a gentlewoman extended her hand to a gondolier. - "A Venetian June", Anna Fuller.