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trollop

Syllabification: trol·lop
Pronunciation: /ˈträləp
 
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Definition of trollop in English:

noun

dated or humorous
A woman perceived as sexually disreputable or promiscuous.
Example sentences
  • Ellen had pictured Edward lying in ecstasy with a succession of nameless camp trollops, and part of her had silently screamed in outrage.
  • The place resembled more of a fish market than a high class club due to the trollops everywhere.
  • This was the man that thought her to be a flirtatious trollop.

Origin

early 17th century: perhaps related to trull.

Words that rhyme with trollop

collop, dollop, gollop, lollop, scallop, scollop, Trollope, wallop

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