harlot harlot  /ˈhɑr lət/


  • (n) a woman who engages in sexual intercourse for money


  1. The glamorous Imperial marque was, by the late '60s, reduced to a trashy, pseudo-luxury harlot walking the streets for its pimp, the Chrysler Corporation.
  2. On the cusp of womanhood, she could tumble either way: become a fearless heroine or a ferocious harlot.
  3. Basher Bill lives in the slums of London with a blonde harlot who loves him.



  1. Scarlett added to W magazine: "Yeah, I'm the harlot!"
    on Feb 12, 2008 By: Scarlett Johansson Source: Sydney Morning Herald

  2. Mr Blunkett warned that a "coalition of the defeated" would spell electoral disaster for Labour and accused the Lib Dems of acting like "every harlot in history".
    on May 11, 2010 By: David Blunkett Source: Times Online

  3. The inquest was not given specific details about the contents of the notes, but Miss Simmons has previously said that Philip called the princess a "harlot and a trollop".
    on Jan 10, 2008 By: Prince Philip Source: This is London

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