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slut

Archaic a female dog
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I agree they have every right to be as sluttish as they please, if that's what turns them on, and wear whatever they like, and if they flaunt it in places where lots of men are getting drunk - well, it's not illegal, they're not hurting anybody.
Lucy's meditations on her mother reveal that her mother's discourse often alludes to sexual matters in a manner calculated to repress all gestures or behaviors that may be construed as sluttish while emphasizing behaviors that are most likely to characterize her as chaste and ladylike and therefore fit her for the ultimate role of wife.
The Miley "Vanity Fair" Cyrus line is also popular, but for sheer sluttish bravura you can't beat Beyonce, whose Dereon line is raising eyebrows even in Hollywood.
High-flying pastry tycoon Trudi is so busy baking buns she hasn't noticed her sluttish doctor chum Katie making a beeline for her house husband Richard.
The author deals frankly with the issue of sexual desire, and defends the right of young women to make their own choices without being glibly denigrated for what some perceive as sluttish behaviour.
After commenting on Cotton's demure dress, he said: "Well, Harry certainly likes quite sluttish women.
Not marble nor the gilded monuments Of princes shall outlive this powerful rhyme, But you shall shine more bright in these contents Than unswept stone besmeared with sluttish time.
Not marble, nor the guilded monument, Of Princes shall out-live this powrefull rime, But you shall shine more bright in these contents Then unswept stone, besmeer'd with sluttish time.
This great city appeared sluttish beneath her regal garb.
I sup'd and went to bed, where I had not laine long, but I was enforced to rise, I was so stung with Irish Musketaes, a creature that hath sixe legs, and lives like a monster altogether upon mans flesh, they doe inhabite and breed most in sluttish houses, and this house was none of the cleanlest, the beast is much like a louse in England, both in shape and nature; in a word, they were to me the A.
He admits, for instance: "I do reckon the generality of girls are sluttish, though my wife is not.
The despair and disillusion of Matthew Kelly's George grows with the evening while Tracey Childs is truly remarkable as Martha, the sluttish, gin-soaked wife who finds solace in booze and sniping at her husband and their unfulfilled life.