whore

[ hawr, hohr or, often, hoor ]SEE DEFINITION OF whore

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WHORE

Whore did she get this love for San Stefano, this love for its poor?

The Dame afterwards says he "talked of the Whore of Babylon."

Art thou that miserable, sad, poor Son of a Whore, Jourdain?

An Whore is a deep ditch, and a strange woman is a narrow pit.

A pale-tinted, very careful and elaborate drawing of the Whore of Babylon, as Blake imagined her, next claims our attention.

The production of The Whore of Babylon marks the low-water mark of his unfortunate career.

Now consider what has been said, and Heaven give you Grace to put it in practise; that is to play the Whore.

The first that stood upon her Pantables, as being chief, was the Whore, and thus it was she manag'd her Cause.

Or did they Marvel at his Conversation with a Whore, for fear of his being tempted by her?

He knew her, I say, to be a Whore before, and therefore could not promise himself a happy life with her.

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