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  • 141trull — a low prostitute or concubine; a drab, strumpet, trollop [OED], 1510s, from Ger. trulle, perhaps cognate with TROLL (Cf. troll) (n.), or perhaps from TROLL (Cf. troll) (v.), Cf. M.H.G. trolle awkward fellow …

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  • 142trull —    obsolete a prostitute    A corruption of trollop:     Am sure I scared the Dauphin and his trull,    When arm in arm they both came swiftly running. (Shakespeare, I Henry VI) …

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  • 143lollop — verb (lollops, lolloping, lolloped) move in an ungainly way in a series of clumsy bounds. Origin C18: prob. from loll, assoc. with trollop …

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  • 144trull — n. Drab, strumpet, prostitute, harlot, whore, courtesan, bawd, punk, trollop, Cyprian, street walker, night walker, woman of the town …

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  • 145dowdy — I. a. [Said of women.] Slovenly (in dress), slatternly, ill dressed, vulgar looking, awkward. II. n. Slattern, trollop, ill dressed or vulgar looking woman …

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  • 146drab — I. n. 1. Strumpet, prostitute, trull. See courtesan. 2. Slut, draggle tail, trollop, slattern, dowdy, slovenly woman. 3. Brownish yellow cloth, dull brown woollen stuff, dun colored cloth. 4. Dun, dull brown, brownish yellow, dun color. II. a …

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  • 147harlot — noun, archaic stay off that street, unless you want to be mistaken for a harlot Syn: prostitute, whore, fille de joie, call girl; promiscuous woman; informal hooker, hustler, tramp; dated streetwalker, hussy, lady of the evening, tart, pro,… …

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  • 148hussy — noun in this farcical version, Juliet is portrayed as a shameless hussy Syn: minx, coquette, tease, seductress, Lolita, Jezebel; slut, harlot, loose woman; informal floozy, tart, vamp, tramp; dated trollop; archaic jade, strumpet …

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  • 149prostitute — 1. noun undercover cops posing as prostitutes Syn: call girl, whore; informal hooker; working girl, lady of the evening, streetwalker, member of the oldest profession, tart, moll, fille de joie, escort, courtesan, hustler; ho; dated scarlet woman …

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  • 150slut — noun she dressed like a slut and didn t act much better Syn: promiscuous woman, prostitute, whore; informal tart, floozy, tramp, hooker, hustler; dated scarlet woman, loose woman, hussy, trollop; archaic harlot, strumpet, wanton …

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  • 151vamp — noun, informal a tawny haired vamp Syn: seductress, temptress, siren, femme fatale, sex kitten, trollop, home wrecker, man eater; flirt, coquette, tease …

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  • 152baggage — n 1. luggage, suitcases, valises, trunks, bags, saddlebags, carpetbags; packages, pack, bundle, burden,load. 2. effects, things, paraphernalia, trappings, gear, viaticum, Law. movables; accouterment, equippage, equipment, supplies, apparatus. 3.… …

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  • 153call girl — n prostitute, lady of the evening, woman of the profession, Mrs. Warren, Fr. fille de joie; demimondaine, demirep, loose woman, fallen woman, woman of ill repute, white slave; trollop, strumpet, Archaic. wench, trull, drab, quean; paramour,… …

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  • 154courtesan — n prostitute, harlot, whore, woman of ill repute, trollop, strumpet, quean; lady of the evening, call girl, Fr. fille de joie.Cyprian; woman of the profession, member of the oldest profession, Mrs. Warren; paramour, concubine, mistress, kept… …

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  • 155demimondaine — n 1. demirep, cocotte, loose woman, fallen woman, harlot, whore, hussy, slut, slattern, tramp, vamp, wanton, white slave, Sl. bitch, Sl. broad, Sl. chippy. 2. prostitute, lady of the evening, woman of the profession, Mrs. Warren, Fr. fille de… …

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  • 156drab — I adj 1. dun, dun colored, dull brown, dull gray, mouse colored, Inf. mousy. 2. dull, dreary, dingy, flat, mat, lusterless, lackluster, Scot, and North Eng. blae; dark, dismal, cheerless, Scot. ourie. 3. dead, lifeless, spiritless, uninspired,… …

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  • 157harlot — n 1. whore, hussy, slut, slattern, demirep, cocotte, demimondaine, loose woman, fallen woman, wanton, tramp, vamp, white slave, Sl. bitch, Sl. broad, Sl. chippy; prostitute, lady of the evening, woman of the profession, Mrs. Warren, Fr. fille de… …

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  • 158hussy — n 1. vamp, seductress, temptress, Fr. femme fatale.Jezebel, Delilah; demimondaine, loose woman, strumpet, trollop, wench, jade, baggage, Sl. chippy, Sl. broad, Sl. piece, Chiefly Brit. Sl. tart. 2. malapert, minx, queen, brazenface, boldface, Inf …

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  • 159jade — I n nephrite, jadeite, jadestone, gemstone. II n 1. hack, nag, padnag, crock, rosinante, whistler, roarer, Inf. bagabones or rackabones, Inf. rip, Sl. skate, Chiefly U.S. Sl. plug, Chiefly Brit. Sl. screw, (usu. a race horse) Sl. stiff. 2. hag,… …

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  • 160Jezebel — n reprobate, loose woman, wanton, jade; whore, woman of easy virtue, easy woman, wench; drab, trull, trollop, hussy, baggage, grisette; pickup, slut, Sl. bitch, quean; strumpet, cocotte, scarlet woman, tart, Sl. floozy, Sl. chippy, Sl. broad;… …

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