Definition of trull in English:

trull

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Pronunciation: /trʌl
 
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noun

archaic
  • A prostitute.
    More example sentences
    • She is put in the charge of a kind-hearted trull, ‘whose business it was to prepare and break such young Fillies as I was to the mounting-block’.
    • It included the insults jade, quean, baggage, harlot, drab, filth, flirt, gill, trull, dirtyheels, draggletail, flap, naughty-pack, slut, squirt and strumpet.
    • Ultimately, however, the poet objects far less to her supposedly natural feminine sluttishness than to her apparently unnatural intellectual pursuits: ‘Women grown intellectual grow dull, / And lose the mother wit of natural trull’.

Origin

early 16th century: from German Trulle.

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