(redirected from strumpets)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.

STRUMPET. A harlot, or courtesan: this word was formerly used as an addition. Jacob's Law Dict. h.t.

Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Against a rich tapestry of artists and aristocrats, students, strumpets, and spies, a gentleman and a scholar will find themselves playing out an ancient drama destined to explode their society's smug view of itself--and reveal that sometimes the price of uncovering history is being forced to repeat it.
Will catch at us like strumpets, and scald rhyrners
People are famous for being total jerks, lechers, strumpets -- and things like that
Rooney was saving his energy for sex sessions with strumpets while wife Coleen was pregnant.
Mind you, in truth, she does offer a certain element of stripping down with a wonderfully risqu trio of bare-breasted strumpets cavorting over the stage in Verdi's bawdy, if ultimately tragic, tale of lust, loose morals and betrayal.
Because police say strolling strumpets are now yesterday's news.