His companions were chosen from the harlotry and knavery of the civilised world.
I call it corruption of a young gentleman like him, and harlotry, sir, I call it.
For a spirit of harlotry hath led them astray, and they have played the harlot from their God.
She sought them out and courted them all to increase her harlotry.
As to his "harlotry," he clearly could not be responsible for the metamorphoses of his soul after death.
Protect the nobility and gentry in their harlotry, and let holiness be measured by the fineness of the garments.
harlotry, wine and new wine take away the heart of My people.
To them harlotry is in all its blasting, withering phases, a familiar story before they have reached the age of ten years.
Concubinage, slave women, harlotry, and all other forms but the prescribed one have been put under taboo.
Maeterlinck's heroine, on the other hand, sinks lower than harlotry: when her body is beyond buying she sells her hand.