Definition of slut in English:

slut

Syllabification: slut
Pronunciation: /slət
 
/

noun

derogatory
  • 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."

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.

Origin

Middle English: of unknown origin.

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