Dragon Lady is usually a stereotype of East Asian and occasionally South Asian and Southeast Asian women as strong, deceitful, domineering, or mysterious. The stereotype has generated a large quantity of sociological literature. It is also used to refer to any powerful but prickly woman, usually in a derogatory fashion. Although sources such as the Oxford English Dictionary  list uses of "dragon" and even "dragoness" from the 18th and 19th centuries to indicate a fierce and aggressive woman, there does not appear to be any use in English of "Dragon Lady" before its introduction by Milton Caniff in his comic strip Terry and the Pirates. The character first appeared on December 16, , and the "Dragon Lady" appellation was first used on January 6, Terry and the Pirates was an action-adventure comic strip created by cartoonist Milton Caniff.
Top definition. Asian cougar who is in position of power usually as wife of a boss. Known to be skilled in primitive thinking behaviours such as manipulation and deception in order to fuck you over. Don't fuck her , man. She's a Dragon Lady. Jun 16 Word of the Day. Slacking off on wearing a mask in public places to prevent contracting coronavirus.
Female Komodo dragon gives birth without sex, don’t need no man
Parker standing on the side of the road, and did not care to say goodbye to Walter, and quickly drove back. The railing in front was a bit wide, and because he was too tired, he didn t want to try to cross the past. I think this must be true.
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