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slut

Largely derogatory slang term for a woman who has had, or is perceived to have had, many sexual partners and who “sleeps around”.
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Grime, gin-shops, and 'inconceivably sluttish women', shops and hucksters selling miserable and decayed foods serve a population that reminds Hawthorne of unclean insects found under a piece of wood, and have him ask how 'anything so precious as an immortal soul can have been buried under this dirt-heap, plunged into this cesspool of misery and vice
A man handing out fliers, another advertising some kind of girlie show, and a gaggle of sluttish high school girls.
Following on from the delightful Trinny and Susannah on What Not To Wear, Kim and Aggie will soon find themselves immortalised in the pages of Viz or hounded by some sluttish star with a bad sense of style.
A woman's attire should be sophisticated and daring, but never sluttish," says Hudson, founder of Xternal Wear, a sophisticated and upscale clothing line started by two sisters in Chicago.
America democratically loosens up his somewhat stiff manner"), and underestimates Thomas's hatred of Heinrich's alcoholic, sluttish, and suicidal ex-barmaid wife.
Dramatic-effect Meyers' tries to paint an all-too-easy scenario, claiming implausibly that the "vulnerable" Flynn had been "victimized by sluttish girls" who "preyed on him.
Is it terribly sluttish of us if we make love our first time together?
Nihilist Girl implicitly rejects Russian conservatives' image of nihilist women as mannish or sluttish beings devoid of sense and sensibility or led astray by manipulative men--a stereotype perpetuated in the caricatures of "nihilist women" in Fathers and Sons and Dostoevsky's Possessed.
Wells to the movies, the 1927 Metropolis gave us not only the struggle between aristocrats-in-the-clouds and proles-in-the-mines but also two other head-on collisions: between modern science and Gothic magic, between the sluttish New Woman and the peasant-village Madonna.
He has rejected the downy bosom of the sluttish world and fallen in love with the blushing rose.
Campbell Morrison makes an entertaining feast of this part, as do Richard Angas as a superbly Brezhnev-like Drebednyov, Margaret Preece as the sluttish Vava, and Rachel Taylor, who gives a splendid portrayal of head worker Lusya, just this side of caricature, as she leads her comrades in deliberately bathetic and overblown choruses of praise for the new housing project, Cheremushky.
Witness the publisher of the Vossisiche Zeitung, where Trials and Tribulations first saw print, who exclaimed in a rage, "Will this sluttish story never end