A sexually promiscuous young woman (1940s+)
She knew her money was gone, and she was to be a charity girl.
Perhaps she should not have taken it—taking it may have made her a charity girl.
I knew that she meant me by 'the girl,' and I turned hot and cold, for I felt like a charity girl.
I was glad that Kate was to be humbled, and was to be only a charity girl.
Poor Mrs. Shindy and the children are, meanwhile, in dingy lodgings somewhere, waited upon by a charity girl in pattens.
She was a charity girl whom the Stocktons had taken into the family.
Perhaps they had all thought she was a "charity girl," a waif brought here by Uncle Johnny.
But if I stoop to this thing—if I consent to become a charity girl—I shall think myself almost at her level.
The female pupil at a free school in New York is neither a pauper nor a charity girl.