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Lady to dine out (4)

Ross

I believe the answer is:

enid

Here is my best explanation:

'lady' is the definition.

'dine out' is the subsidiary indication.

'out' is an anagram indicator.

'dine' is an anagram of 'enid'.

'to' is the link.

(Other definitions for enid that I've seen before include "Dine with this girl", "Writer of children's books, d. 1968", "Dine with Ms blyton, writer", "W - - Blyton", "'... Blyton, children's author (4)'", "Miss Blyton", "Dine out on this girl's name also", "- Blyton, twentith century writer", "Girl's name" and "& 18 Down Children's author".)

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