- a prostitute; strumpet.
Origin of trull
1510–20; of uncertain origin; cf. trollop, German Trulle loose woman
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Examples from the Web for trull
Hastily priming the tube, I whipped on a cap, then beckoned to old Trull.
"Unless I'm mistaken, that is just what old Trull is up to now," said Wade.
But neither the captain nor Trull nor Donovan could believe it was the surf.
"Now we'll get old man Trull to help us on the body," said Kit.
Old Trull and Bonney caught up the pike-poles to fend off with.
- archaic a prostitute; harlot
C16: from German Trulle; see trollop
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Word Origin and History for trull
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