Thesaurus / pimp
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He said that they’re in a truly difficult situation because their passports have been taken away by the mafia pimps who control them.

He had been directed to it by a pimp, who found regular employment in hanging about the docks and decoying new-comers to this den.

Perhaps that pimp and charlatan won't come with me to the Royal Court.

The Dhīmar often acts as a pimp, this being an incident of his profession of indoor servant.

Mingling with my disgust for the tyrant and his pimp, there was another feeling that caused me acute pain.

She lately moved from X 173 when X 174 (well known to investigator) was her pimp.

The man at least bore the outward signs of a lictor, but, according to Cicero, was in the pay of Verres as his pimp.

Life of CiceroAnthony Trollope

I love the abnormal, and there is certainly something strangely grotesque in the life of a pimp.

X 433, a pimp, had a German girl for his woman and sent her to Denver, Colorado.

But a pimp is a thing that defiles itself for another—a pipkin that is put on the fire for another man's pottage!

The Last Days of PompeiiEdward George Bulwer-Lytton


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