trollop


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trol·lop

 (trŏl′əp)
n.
1.
a. A woman considered sexually promiscuous.
b. A woman prostitute.
2. A woman regarded as slovenly or unkempt.

[Perhaps from troll, to roll about, wallow.]

trollop

(ˈtrɒləp)
n
1. a promiscuous woman, esp a prostitute
2. an untidy woman; slattern
[C17: perhaps from German dialect Trolle prostitute; perhaps related to trull]
ˈtrollopy adj

trol•lop

(ˈtrɒl əp)

n.
1. an immoral or promiscuous woman, esp. a prostitute.
2. an untidy or slovenly woman; slattern.
[1605–15; earlier trollops; perhaps akin to troll1]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.trollop - a dirty untidy womantrollop - a dirty untidy woman      
slob, sloven, slovenly person, pig - a coarse obnoxious person
2.trollop - a woman adulterertrollop - a woman adulterer      
adulterer, fornicator - someone who commits adultery or fornication

trollop

noun (Derogatory) slut, prostitute, tart (informal), whore, slag (Brit. slang), wanton, working girl (facetious slang), harlot, hussy, streetwalker, loose woman, fallen woman, scrubber (Brit. & Austral. slang), strumpet, floozy (slang), slattern He behaved towards her as though she was a trollop.
Translations

trollop

[ˈtrɒləp] N (= slut) → marrana f; (= prostitute) → puta f

trollop

[ˈtrɒləp] nprostituée f

trollop

n (dated: = prostitute) → leichtes Mädchen, Straßenmädchen nt; (pej)Schlampe f

trollop

[ˈtrɒləp] n (old) (offensive) → sgualdrina
References in classic literature ?
We haven't a camelty tune of our own To help us trollop along, But every neck is a hair trombone(Rtt-ta-ta-ta!
"You are amused because I talk in this fashion and you know that I am poor and live in an attic with a vulgar trollop who deceives me with hair-dressers and garcons de cafe; I translate wretched books for the British public, and write articles upon contemptible pictures which deserve not even to be abused.
She had officiated as nurse to Miss Bridget, in a violent fit of illness, and had sat up many nights with that lady; besides which, she had been seen there the very day before Mr Allworthy's return, by Mrs Wilkins herself, though that sagacious person had not at first conceived any suspicion of her on that account: for, as she herself said, "She had always esteemed Jenny as a very sober girl (though indeed she knew very little of her), and had rather suspected some of those wanton trollops, who gave themselves airs, because, forsooth, they thought themselves handsome."
The old Guildhall was rebuilt and enlarged in the 17th century by Robert Trollop and the current interior dates from 1658.
During his oration on the subject he apparently upset a member of the audience, with his reference to the hedge sparrow, aka the dunnock, as being a trollop among the bird species, which made them feel physically sick.
"2U" has one thing going for it: Rothe's frayed electrical live-wire mash-up of two genre tropes: the trollop from the wrong side of the tracks, and the resourceful, virtuous heroine.
Luke's Diner gave away 2,000 free cups of coffee and had surprise merch for fans: Luke's caps and aprons, and an assortment of cute buttons that had lines/references near and dear to 'Gilmore Girls' fans, like 'Vicious Trollop,' 'Hep Alien,' 'Oy, with the poodles already,' 'I need coffee in an IV,' and of course, 'Team Dean,' 'Team Jess' and 'Team Logan' (no Team Marty?).
Among their topics are adapting and displaying multiple temporalities: what became of John Caldigate and Maupassant's Boule de Suif in Dispossesion and Battaglia's Contres et nouvelles de guerre, allegorical landscapes: the psychology of seeing in Trollop's later novels, complex meanings in illustrated literature 1860-80, neo-Victorianism and the tyranny of the sexual taboo, allegories of graphiation: Alberto Breccia's counter-censorial versions of E.
She promptly tells Mary she's a trollop - and slaps her round the face.
She promptly tells Mary she's a trollop and slaps her round the face.
THE fleeting belief EastEnders trollop Kat Slater, turning up at the convent where she gave birth, was about to become a nun.
She starts with male and female characters exerting their Christian selves in Adam Bede, then moves to the trollop's ethic of self-sacrifice as a mutual benefit, Collins's writerly sacrifice, suicide and atonement for past sins in A Tale of Two Cities, and Elsmer's "true best self" and the ideal of mutual service.