Thesaurus / quean
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A knave and a quean, a thief and a strumpet, a couple of beggars, a brace of baggages.
She could coax you to the buying like a Cumnock quean, and fleece you in the selling like the cadgers o' Kincardine.
There is many a quean in it, fairer than I twice told, and not spoiled with weeping.
Spelling being fluid in Captain Dangerous' life, spellings such as "Quean" (which shows up twice) were retained.
There is many a quean in it fairer than I twice told, and not spoiled with weeping.
The stronger or carl sex, as a man; the weaker or quean sex, as a girl; the unsexly things, as a stone.
But gin that wasna a quean, ye canna deny but she luikit unco like ane, and no a blate (bashful) ane eyther.'
ROBERT FALCONERGEORGE MACDONALD
I must get rid of this quean as fast as I can; and I must see her safe.
THE FAIR MAID OF PERTHSIR WALTER SCOTT
Ye maun leave this quean—the like of her is ower light company for you.
RED GAUNTLETSIR WALTER SCOTT

WORDS RELATED TO QUEAN

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