Straddy; a street-walker, an idle person always sauntering along the streets.
Light in the vagabond, light in the mendicant, light in the thief, light in the street-walker.
The Madonna of thy landing is a street-walker who is not worth two candles!
The second criminal was a poor woman, who was taken up by the watch as a street-walker.
Thus was O'Iwa "degraded" from her high estate as street-walker.
A street-walker ventured to accost an Englishman in Paris at night, and was taken in charge by the police.
She was a street-walker, nicknamed by her admirers the She-wolf.
If she wants to be a street-walker, let her be one, but she shall not stay here.
She afterwards fell, became a street-walker, and died neglected and uncared for in the Infirmary.
One would say you are a Piccadilly street-walker and they wouldn't be far wrong.