Definition of slut in English:

slut

Syllabification: slut
Pronunciation: /slət
 
/

noun

derogatory
1A woman who has many casual sexual partners.
More example sentences
  • "People think I'm just a slut having sex on screen but I didn't do it simply to jumpstart my career," she adds in the Express.
  • You're dressing like a slut.
  • Girls still can be labeled sluts if they're sexually free, whereas boys aren't.
Synonyms
promiscuous woman, prostitute, whore
informal floozy, tramp, hooker, hustler
dated tart, scarlet woman, loose woman, hussy, trollop
2 dated A woman with low standards of cleanliness.
More example sentences
  • Although she was handsome in a blowsy way, she was such a slut, with holes in her stockings and grubby straps showing.
  • Women who have their eyebrows professionally plucked, blow-dry their hair for work and always know where they are when they wake up will arrive in the office with a hangover once a fortnight and say: "Oh, I'm such a slut."

Origin

Middle English: of unknown origin.

Derivatives

sluttish

adjective
More example sentences
  • Why should I just sit back and let those sluttish women flirt and grope him?
  • When engaged in conversation with a slut, certain sluttish cues bubble to the surface.
  • You left me after my father died, for arrogant jocks and sluttish girls.

sluttishness

noun
More example sentences
  • Ultimately, however, the poet objects far less to her supposedly natural feminine sluttishness than to her apparently unnatural intellectual pursuits.
  • The second DVD focuses mainly on the ‘social’ disease side of sin and sluttishness, with a sampling of drug addiction horrors thrown in to cover all the illegal good time bases.
  • The Greek lords await Hector's arrival to fight with Ajax: when Diomedes brings Cressida, they each try to kiss her in turn, though she refuses Menelaus and also Ulysses, who after her departure accuses her of sluttishness.

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