whoring

[ hawr, hohr or, often, hoo r ]SEE DEFINITION OF whoring

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No, indeed; but, perhaps, we are much more given to whoring than our forefathers.

For the expression is used that all Israel went a whoring after the ephod.

Thus were they defiled with their own works, and went a whoring with their own Inventions.

The delight of whoring, stealing, defrauding, and blaspheming.

Not whoring, not drunkenness, not covetousness shall they be the ministrants of, but in all ways lead just and sober lives.

The Falstaffs are strangely given to whoring and drinking: there are abundance of them in and about London.

It became plain that there would be no whoring or the like for me; I was far too proud and fastidious.

But this is the common fate of ill-gotten goods, that, as they came in by covetousness, they go out by whoring.

WORD ORIGIN

"to have to do with whores," 1580s, from whore (n.). Related: Whored; whoring.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR WHORING

prostitution

nounwhoredom
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