She was the scarlet woman of mid-19th century Paris, damned by her contemporaries and by literary historians ever since.
Under the skirts of the scarlet woman, or where the magistrates bear not the sword in vain?
A worshipper of the scarlet woman, intrigue is the very breath of his nostrils.
He had all the congregation fair shaking with indignation against the scarlet woman.
It had a tirade also about the scarlet woman and Popish idolatry.
Bob truckles to the scarlet woman; he bows, and turns his honest, serious face to the east.
I have had that scarlet woman before me, and invited her to join us in our inspiring evening gatherings.
Put roses into my coffin—scarlet roses, if you can find any, because that stands for scarlet woman—in the Bible, you know.
That which (for lack of a better term to apply to it) we call the social evil is not confined to the scarlet woman of the streets.
Ef he seed the scarlet woman about in his part o' the country, he'd lay by an' h'ist her, an' you'd say, 'Well done!'