harlot[ hahr-luh t ]SEE DEFINITION OF harlot
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HARLOT
Is he not attired as becometh the bridegroom of the harlot of Rome?
Leave your theory, as Joseph his coat in the hand of the harlot, and flee.
Would that harlot know, would she suspect that 'twas your hand did this?
Ukhatu is a name for a harlot devoted to the worship of Ishtar.
A harlot's daughter you are, my dear; you must be a harlot too if you want to become anything at all.
It is contrary to the laws of nature for a man to love a harlot.
What plummet can sound the depths of a woman's fall who has become a harlot?
Now your face looks like the bailiff's when he called me a harlot.
No, you thought I was an angel who was longing to be your harlot.
And it is not safe to accuse a harlot of stealing and lying.