Older Use: Often Offensive. a woman who works.
Slang. a prostitute.
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How to use working girl in a sentence
These were women who had come to the city in the 1980s, as part of “the working girl.”
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Dot claimed that one of those filthy tabloids had offered her that much for them—and what was a poor working-girl to do?In the Dark | Ronal Kayser
The highest form of club life developed among working girls represents, to the working girl, her college.
As one recalls this club, it presents one of the best evidences of the barrenness of the working-girl's life in New York.
By an unfortunate circumstance, the working girl living at that number was away from the factory two days at this time.
The working girl has suffered quite as much at the hands of yellow journalism as the woman of wealth and social position.
British Dictionary definitions for working girl
a girl or woman who works, esp one who supports herself
informal a prostitute
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