whorish


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whor·ish

 (hôr′ĭsh)
adj.
Of or characteristic of whores or a whore; lewd.

whor′ish·ly adv.
whor′ish·ness n.

whor•ish

(ˈhɔr ɪʃ, ˈhoʊr-; often ˈhʊər-)

adj.
having the character or characteristics of a whore; lewd.
whor′ish•ness, n.
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whorish

adjective
Marked by an absence of conventional restraint in sexual behavior; sexually unrestrained:
Translations
huorahtava
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The Satraps Nixon, Frei, and Pinochet up to this day this bitter month of September 1973, with Bordaberry, Garrastazu and Banzer hyenas ravening our history, rodents gnawing at flags that were raised with so much blood and fire, hellish predators wallowing in haciendas satraps bribed a thousand times over and sellouts, scared by the wolves of Wall Street, machines starving for pain, stained by the sacrifice of a martyred people, prostitute merchants of bread and American air, deadly seneschals, a herd of whorish bosses with no other law but torture and the lashing hunger of the people.