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hooker

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhookerhook‧er /ˈhʊkə $ -ər/ noun [countable] informal  SYSEX/HAVE SEX WITHa woman who has sex with men for money syn prostitute
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hookerChange those clothes -- you look like a hooker.He braked for drugs, booze, and hookers, and wrote a good book about a bum existence.Uli Schmidt is certainly the best hooker in the game and Andre Joubert is almost certainly the best full-back.He is perhaps the best hooker in the world game and he has been nowhere, played against nobody overseas.Pressure from local business owners and police have prompted many hookers to move to other venues.Some of the hookers in Vegas are under 13 years old.She didn't want some tarted-up part-time hooker spoiling it with tales about him she couldn't possibly hope to match.
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