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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.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.sluttish - characteristic of or befitting a slut or slattern; used especially of women
untidy - not neat and tidy; "careless and untidy in her personal habits"; "an untidy living room"; "untidy and casual about money"
2.sluttish - casual and unrestrained in sexual behaviorsluttish - casual and unrestrained in sexual behavior; "her easy virtue"; "he was told to avoid loose (or light) women"; "wanton behavior"
unchaste - not chaste; "unchaste conduct"
Translations

sluttish

[ˈslʌtɪʃ] ADJ (= dirty, untidy) → guarro, puerco

sluttish

adjliederlich

sluttish

[ˈslʌtɪʃ] adj (immoral, behaviour) → immorale, dissoluto/a; (dirty, untidy, appearance) → sciatto/a, disordinato/a
References in classic literature ?
Picture the squalid misery of their brutish existence, dragged on from year to year in the narrow, noisome room where, huddled like vermin in sewers, they welter, and sicken, and sleep; where dirt-grimed children scream and fight and sluttish, shrill-voiced women cuff, and curse, and nag; where the street outside teems with roaring filth and the house around is a bedlam of riot and stench.
The veteran broadcaster, 84, introduced Dame Helen as the "sex queen" of the Royal Shakespeare Company before quoting a critic's description of her as projecting "sluttish eroticism".
Moreover, the readers observe Shakespeare's rebirth either in archaic or recently constructed languages proving that "Not marble nor the gilded monuments/Of princes shall outlive this powerful rhyme./But you shall shine more bright in these contents/Than unswept stone besmeared with sluttish time" (Sonnet 55).
In the "Lent," the poem states that abstinence brings "cleanness" and efficiency in terms of "quick thoughts and motions," while with "fullness" there follows "sluttish fumes, / Sour exhalations, and dishonest rheums" (84; 19-24).
Yet sometimes falls an orient drop beside, Which her cheek melts as scorning it should pass To wash the foul face of the sluttish ground.
"There's language in her eye, her cheek, her lip" (55), Ulysses claims, as Cressida manifests the "sluttish spoils of opportunity / And daughters of the game" (62-63).
I have scraped clean the plateau from the filthy earth Earth the unchaste, the fruitful, the great grand maternal Sprawling creature, lolling at random and supine The broad-faced, sluttish helot, the slave wife Grubby and warm, who opens unashamed Her thousand wombs unguarded to the lickerous sun.
I get why Nigel Farage might want to show the harmony that exists in his kitchen to disprove the view that all male Ukippers believe their sluttish wife's role in marriage is to keep the fridge clean.
Sexy isn't sluttish "My body is a party that you weren't invited to, no matter what my dress says"
Situated at the center of Muller's fiction, women form a cubistic portrait comprehending various faces of feminine characters--from her mother who tells her daughter that one day, as a corollary of her sluttish behavior, she will bring a Romanian man on her parents' doorstep thus shunning their ethnic purity, to Lilli, the tragic character in The Appointment.
The best example is the final scene of Siegfried, a fantastically bizarre menage a cinq involving the eponymous hero, Brunnhilde, a sluttish Waldvogel (in this production, the object of Siegfried's first sexual advances) and two copulating crocodiles.
I spent the 80s trying to emulate Farrah Fawcett-Majors'look and somehow ended up looking more like Lily Savage in her sluttish phase.