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slut

 (slŭt)
n.
1. Often Offensive A person considered to be sexually promiscuous.
2. Archaic
a. A woman prostitute.
b. An untidy, dirty woman; a slattern.

[Middle English slutte.]

slut′tish adj.
slut′tish·ly adv.
slut′ty adj.

slut

(slʌt)
n
1. derogatory a dirty slatternly woman
2. derogatory an immoral woman
3. (Animals) archaic a female dog
[C14: of unknown origin]
ˈsluttish adj
ˈsluttishly adv
ˈsluttishness n

slut

(slʌt)

n.
1. a dirty, slovenly woman.
2.
a. a sexually immoral woman.
b. a prostitute.
[1375–1425; late Middle English slutte; compare dial. slut mud, Norwegian (dial.) slutr sleet, impure liquid]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.slut - a dirty untidy womanslut - a dirty untidy woman      
slob, sloven, slovenly person, pig - a coarse obnoxious person
2.slut - a woman adultererslut - a woman adulterer      
adulterer, fornicator - someone who commits adultery or fornication

slut

noun tart, slag (Brit. slang), slapper (Brit. slang), scrubber (Brit. & Austral. slang), trollop, drab (archaic), sloven, slattern You look like a slut, dressed like that.

slut

noun
A vulgar promiscuous woman who flouts propriety:
Slang: floozy.
Translations
ämmäeukkohuoralutkanarttu
căţeacurvăprostituatătârfă
kurba
horaslampatik

slut

[slʌt] N (immoral) → puta f; (dirty, untidy) → marrana f, guarra f

slut

[ˈslʌt] nsouillon f

slut

(inf)
n(liederliche) Schlampe (inf)

slut

[slʌt] (offensive) n (immoral) → donnaccia, sgualdrina; (dirty, untidy) → sciattona
References in classic literature ?
Did ye think to stop a full-grown buck, with Hector and the slut open upon him within sound, with that pop-gun in your hand
There’s old Hector”— patting with affection a tall hound of black and yellow spots, with white belly and legs, that just then came in on the scent, accompanied by the slut he had mentioned; “see where the wolves bit his throat, the night I druv them from the venison that was smoking on the chimney top—that dog is more to be trusted than many a Christian man; for he never forgets a friend, and loves the hand that gives him bread,”
They called me Teresa at my baptism, a plain, simple name, without any additions or tags or fringes of Dons or Donas; Cascajo was my father's name, and as I am your wife, I am called Teresa Panza, though by right I ought to he called Teresa Cascajo; but 'kings go where laws like,' and I am content with this name without having the 'Don' put on top of it to make it so heavy that I cannot carry it; and I don't want to make people talk about me when they see me go dressed like a countess or governor's wife; for they will say at once, 'See what airs the slut gives herself
you slut, you have no clothes, and cannot dance; you shall not go.
That slut of a servant has neglected it as usual," said I, "and I shall see nothing but pale ashes if I go in; it is a fine starlight night--I will walk a little farther.
Indeed, such wicked sluts cannot be too severely punished.
She added: "It didn't matter how innocent I was, the sexy story was the slut from Seattle came and murdered the pure innocent woman from England.
The first Slut Walk was held in Toronto in 2011 and was prompted by the comments of a local police officer, who was quoted as saying that "women should avoid dressing like sluts in order not to be victimized.
Pressed about the sluts comment, Mr Bloom told Sky News: "I made a joke and said 'oh well you're all sluts' and everybody laughed including all the women.
It reached a dangerous level before Christmas when riots broke out at Plusgymnasiet High School in Gothenburg, Sweden, after a 17 year-old student allegedly posted pictures online of local 13 and 14 year-old girls, branding them sluts.
Francisco continues by sharing the "positive" side to being called a slut.
Whether a fellow slut or simply an ally, you don't have to wear your sexual proclivities on your sleeve, we just ask that you come.