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scarlet woman

New Testament a sinful woman described in Revelation 17, interpreted as a figure either of pagan Rome or of the Roman Catholic Church regarded as typifying vice overlaid with gaudy pageantry
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e pals have refused to let the ban get them down, and are still welcomed elsewhere on the high street in their mobility scooters emblazoned with signs for their alter-egos - the Silver Lady and Scarlet Woman - and heart-shaped badges on the back, advising: "Love is all you need.
And her sisters insist her image as a scarlet woman is wide of the mark.
The others are a frenetic Freezing Fire, a moody Scarlet Woman and a seriously funky Mysterious Traveller.
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SCARLET WOMAN The sexy 40s siren look was huge on the catwalks, as seen on the models at Valentino and D&G.
The Telemundo "review" has real potential to merely whitewash the station management's role in the affair and paint Salinas as a scarlet woman.
They were known as "jeweled bird, fallen angel, shady lady, that other woman, lady of the lamplight, frail sister, fille de joie, nymph du pave, the fair Cyprian, the abandoned woman, scarlet woman, painted hussy, fancy girl, bawd, good-time Daisy, trollop, strumpet, harridan, woman of the town, wanton woman, moll, norrel woman, erring sister, and--least attractive--hooker, slut, and whore" (5).
SCARLET WOMAN Rita chose hotpants and an all-red look
Angie was vilified, passed off as the scarlet woman - even her acting was disregarded.
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he may look like the sweet girl next door, but over the years Maria Connor has proved herself to be something of a scarlet woman with an often torrid love life.