A procuress then, who lived on the Pont des Tournelles, was visited one day by a knight, who put a ring into her hands.
In her later years, she followed the vile trade of a procuress.
I saw that the woman was a procuress, and I only replied with a smile of contempt.
He was regarding this old French procuress with grave attention.
A cuckoo, her throat still happy from tasting all sorts of fruit-syrups, is cooing like a procuress.
Instead of returning me to my home, the procuress left me in an isolated dwelling not far from Versailles.
It as accurately describes the mode in which articles of trade in the procuress line are disposed of now as then.
Such was the woman whose friend and procuress La Vicenza had become.
Bawd, bawd, n. a procurer or procuress of women for lewd purposes—fem.
On the same evening the procuress took an isvostchik and drove her to the notorious house kept by Carolina Albertovna Kitaeva.