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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishharlothar‧lot /ˈhɑːlət $ ˈhɑːr-/ noun [countable] old use  SYSEX/HAVE SEX WITHa prostitute
Examples from the Corpus
harlotHe shouts her out into the street for a harlot.That scheming, cheating harlot, whose son you have consorted with like a cheap jade.There are various Pelagias who are known as penitent harlots or virgin martyrs who died to escape a fate worse than death.Now the same diamonds are afforded by a television star or a talented harlot.And the harlot who bad lured Vechey to his doom?It sounded like the harlots, Isabel thought hysterically.Her point, when she told me, was that one need not have been the all-time harlot of the world.The prodigal son will feast with harlots no more.
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