courtesan[ kawr-tuh-zuh n, kohr-, kur- ]SEE DEFINITION OF courtesan
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COURTESAN
From the first to the last moment of her reign, she combined the courtesan with the assassin.
For Dawson was at this time the Mecca of the gambler and the courtesan.
First I hated you, when I dreamed you to be but a courtesan traitress.
And the monk touched with his lips the forehead of the courtesan.
In the diffident manner was nothing of the art of the courtesan.
This heroine was once familiar to the eyes of all Paris, and notorious as a courtesan.
These qualities raised the courtesan to a singular position.
It is the little foot of this courtesan which spurns them into the abyss.
I prefer to call her Zibeline—that name is better suited to a courtesan.
She was a courtesan, but educated and refined in taste, beautiful and attractive.