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trollop

[ trol-uhp ]
/ ˈtrɒl əp /
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noun Older Use.
an immoral or sexually promiscuous woman (now often used facetiously).
a prostitute.
an untidy or slovenly woman; slattern.
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Origin of trollop

First recorded in 1605–15; earlier trollops; perhaps akin to troll1

OTHER WORDS FROM trollop

trol·lop·y, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for trollop

trollop
/ (ˈtrɒləp) /

noun
a promiscuous woman, esp a prostitute
an untidy woman; slattern

Derived forms of trollop

trollopy, adjective

Word Origin for trollop

C17: perhaps from German dialect Trolle prostitute; perhaps related to trull
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