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  • 21 trollop — trol·lop …

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  • 22 trollop — trol•lop [[t]ˈtrɒl əp[/t]] n. 1) an immoral or promiscuous woman, esp. a prostitute 2) an untidy or slovenly woman; slattern • Etymology: 1605–15; earlier trollops; perh. akin to troll I …

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  • 23 trollop — /ˈtrɒləp / (say troluhp) noun 1. an untidy or slovenly woman; slattern. 2. an immoral woman; prostitute. {probably from troll1 (verb) …

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  • 24 trollop —   Wahine moekolohe wale …

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  • 25 trollop —  Disreputable woman. Badly dressed person …

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  • 26 trollop — n. 1 a disreputable girl or woman. 2 a prostitute. Derivatives: trollopish adj. trollopy adj. Etymology: 17th c.: perh. rel. to TRULL …

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  • 31 Néry (musicien) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Néry (homonymie). Néry Catineau, dit Néry, est un auteur, chanteur, réalisateur et metteur en scène français. Sommaire 1 Biographie 2 Discographie …

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  • 33 Trollope — This unusual and intriguing name is of Old Norse origin, derived from a term introduced after the 9th Century, when much of northern and eastern England was invaded and subsequently settled by Scandinavian peoples. The surname Trollop(e) is… …

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  • 34 hussy — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. wanton, trollop, wench, tramp, slut, baggage. See impurity. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. seductress, loose woman, vamp, temptress, slut; see also prostitute . III (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) n. loose woman …

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  • 35 slattern — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. sloven; slut, trollop. See uncleanness. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. trollop, whore, tramp, hussy, strumpet; see also prostitute . III (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun A vulgar promiscuous woman who flouts… …

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  • 36 lollop — ► VERB (lolloped, lolloping) ▪ move in an ungainly way in a series of clumsy bounds. ORIGIN probably from LOLL(Cf. ↑loll), associated with TROLLOP(Cf. ↑trollop) …

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  • 37 trollopy — ˈträləpē adjective : resembling or characteristic of a trollop * * * trollˈoping, trollˈopish or trollˈopy adjective • • • Main Entry: ↑trollop …

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  • 38 Trull — Trull, n. [G. trolle, trulle; cf. OD. drol a jester, Dan. trold an elf, imp, Sw. troll a goblin, Icel. troll, tr[ o]ll, a giant, fiend, demon. Cf. {Droll}, {Troll}.] 1. A drab; a strumpet; a harlot; a trollop. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. A girl; a… …

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  • 39 strap — I. noun Etymology: alteration of strop, from Middle English, band or loop of leather or rope, from Old English, thong for securing an oar, from Latin struppus band, strap, from Greek strophos twisted band, from strephein to twist Date: 1602 1. a …

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