prostitution

[ pros-ti-too-shuh n, -tyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF prostitution

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Prostitution is the door of escape freely opened to all women.

Prostitution, known as the “social evil,” is promiscuous unchastity for gain.

He says: Prostitution of women has existed at all times and among all peoples.

Prostitution in the nineteenth century from the standpoint of police sanitation.

Prostitution is to be combated, not in the houses of ill-fame, but in the family.

Prostitution, so rare in most Mussulman lands, will extend its ravages.

Prostitution was not the only dishonor which she and her husband suffered.

Prostitution, however, is not a sex, but an economic problem.

Prostitution, therefore, exists so soon as woman makes a trade of her charms.

Prostitution also finds its recruiting grounds in the higher walks of life.

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