verb (used with object), pros·ti·tut·ed, pros·ti·tut·ing.
Origin of prostitute
Related formspros·ti·tu·tor, nounun·pros·ti·tut·ed, adjective
Examples from the Web for prostitute
Very soon, however, ladies gave up the use of the mask, and "Vizard-mask" became a synonym for "Prostitute."
Foreigners commonly, but mistakenly, suppose that "Yoshiwara" means "Prostitute Quarter."Working Women of Japan|Sidney Lewis Gulick
A woman who becomes a Prostitute is looked upon as a heroine.Flash-lights from the Seven Seas|William L. Stidger