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  • 161minx — n impudent lass, pert girl, Inf. baggage; hussy, shrew, quean; jade, harridan, hag, Sl. bitch; malapert, Inf. saucebox; flirt, coquette, vamp, belle, gold digger; jilt, wanton, tart, demirep; prostitute, harlot, strumpet, drab, trollop, Archaic.… …

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  • 162nightwalker — n 1. noctambulist, noctambule, sleepwalker, somnambulist, somnambulator. 2. thief, burglar, housebreaker, robber; Inf. second story man, cat burglar, sneak thief, prowler; Sl. cracksman, safecracker, picklock, Raffles. 3. prostitute, whore,… …

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  • 163prostitute — n 1. harlot, whore, demire, slut, hussy, cocotte, demimondaine, loose woman, wanton, fallen woman, woman of ill repute, white slave; lady of the evening, lady of pleasure, woman of the profession, Mrs. Warren, Fr. fille de joie. trollop, strumpet …

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  • 164quean — n 1. hussy, Sl. broad, brazen woman, Archaic. malapert, jade; shrew, harridan, scold, virago, vixen, termagant, Sl. bitch. 2. prostitute, harlot, strumpet, whore; slut, slattern, demirep, cocotte, demimondaine, loose woman, wanton, fallen woman,… …

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  • 165slattern — n 1. drab, draggletail, slut, trollop, Sl. slob, dowdy, frump, slovenly woman. 2. tramp, hussy, wanton, loose or fallen woman, woman of ill repute; harlot, strumpet, prostitute, whore, U.S. Sl. tart, streetwalker, Sl. hustler, Sl. hooker, lady of …

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  • 166sloven — n slattern, drab, draggletail, slut, trollop, Sl. slob, dowd, frump, Sl. pig, slovenly person, Sl. mess …

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  • 167slut — n 1. slattern, drab, trollop, sloven, draggle tail; frump, dowdy; hag. 2. prostitute, harlot, whore, hussy, loose woman, wanton, fallen woman, woman of ill repute, lady of the evening; trull, quean, painted woman, streetwalker, bar girl, Inf.… …

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  • 168streetwalker — n prostitute, harlot, whore, woman of the streets; lady of the evening, woman of the profession, Mrs. Warren, call girl, Fr. fille de joie; strumpet, trollop, Archaic. wench, trull, drab, quean, painted woman, bar girl, Inf. pick up; slut, hussy …

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  • 169strumpet — n 1. harlot, whore, prostitute; hussy, slut, slattern, demirep, cocotte, demimondaine, loose woman, wanton, fallen woman, tramp, vamp, white slave; lady of the evening, woman of the profession, Mrs. Warren, Fr. fille de joie; trollop, Archaic.… …

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  • 170swine — n 1. hog, pig, sow, barrow; razorback, boar, wart hog, peccary, babirusa; porker, grunter, tusker, oinker; piggy, piglet, pigling, hogling, shoat. 2. brute, animal, wolf, monster, savage; masher, lecher, libertine, pervert, dirty old man; worm,… …

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  • 171tart — I adj 1. sharp, sour, acid, acerb, acerbic; acidulous, acescent, acetous, vinegary; acrid, bitter, pungent, harsh, piquant, unripe. 2. caustic, cutting, mordant, biting, acrimonious; trenchant, incisive, piercing, pricking, scathing, burning,… …

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  • 172tramp — v 1. tread or walk heavily, trudge, march, plod, plow, mush; hoof, stump; walk, step, pace, shuffle, stride. 2.Usu. tramp on or upon trample, stamp, stomp, step on, tread on, squash, crush, Dial. squish. 3. hike, trek, traipse, saunter; ramble,… …

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  • 173wanton — adj 1. malicious, spiteful, vicious, cruel, malevolent; unjustifiable, groundless, needless, unnecessary; unmotivated, uncalled for, unprovoked, gratuitous. 2. deliberate, willful, calculated; headstrong, fro ward, perverse, contrary, refractory …

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  • 174whore — n 1. hussy, slut, demirep, cocotte, demi mondaine, loose woman, fallen woman, wanton, tramp, vamp, white slave, Sl. bitch, Sl. broad, Sl. chippy; harlot, woman of ill repute, prostitute, lady of the evening, woman of the profession, Mrs. Warren,… …

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  • 175trull — [[t]trʌl[/t]] n. a prostitute; strumpet • Etymology: 1510–20; of uncert. orig.; cf. trollop, G Trulle loose woman …

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  • 176hussy — [n] loose woman broad, floozy, jade, Jezebel, minx, slut, strumpet, tart*, tramp, trollop, vamp, wench, whore; concepts 348,412,415,419 …

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  • 177Jezebel — [n] prostitute broad, fallen woman*, femme fatale, floozy*, harlot, hooker, hussy, jade, loose woman, scarlet, slut, strumpet, tart, trollop, vamp, whore; concepts 348,412,415,419 …

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  • 178First name, Mrs —    There is a highly amusing scene in Fielding’s Tom Jones where Sophia Western’s chambermaid objects to being addressed as ‘Mrs Honour’ by the maid of Sophia’s aunt. ‘Mrs Honour, forsooth! sure, madam, you might call me by my surname; for though …

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  • 179hussy —    This started out as the word ‘housewife’ and suffered phonetic mutilation. By the seventeenth century it was already felt to be a separate word, with a meaning that had also lost its respectability. Male speakers seem mostly to have used it to …

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  • 180huzzy —    This started out as the word ‘housewife’ and suffered phonetic mutilation. By the seventeenth century it was already felt to be a separate word, with a meaning that had also lost its respectability. Male speakers seem mostly to have used it to …

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