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streetwalker

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstreetwalkerstreet‧walk‧er /ˈstriːtwɔːkə $ -wɒːkər/ noun [countable] old-fashioned  a prostitute
Examples from the Corpus
streetwalkerShe reminded Bowring of a streetwalker in some film, that image of a woman standing under a lamp surrounded by darkness.You can get men to risk disease, robbery, and self-loathing sleeping with a streetwalker.Since taking over as district attorney last year, he has vowed to vigorously prosecute anyone who violently preys on streetwalkers.His parishioners had grumbled that streetwalkers propositioned them after his sermons.Even in the snow on Christmas Eve the streetwalkers were out.In fact these girls are the lucky ones, they avoid being physically brutalised like the streetwalkers.
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