Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of whore.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of whore.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The tactic of making female politicians into whores is nothing new.

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  • Wow the cast one of the whores from the Real World as Chi Chi.

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  • Trying to paint them as scandalous money whores is weak at best.

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  • One of the nice things about Toronto, besides the cheap whores, is the wide variety of cultures one can draw inspiration from to promote business efficiency, which increases revenues, which increases taxes, which means more money for our diligent and hard working bureaucrats to fight Global Warming.

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  • BEHAR: I know so many happy label whores you can ` t imagine.

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  • It is not a crime to be a prostitute, some of the women insisted—they used to grow angry when they were called whores.

    Morgan’s Run

  • Prosecutors have released hundreds of wiretapped conversations in which the women are referred to as "whores" by the prime minister and Gianpaolo Tarantini, a 36-year-old entrepreneur who allegedly supplied the women in the hope of advancing his business interests.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • For the ... ahem, label whores in your life, we've rounded together eight charm bracelets that cover the terrain as far as charm bracelets go: Rock-'n'-roll skulls on leather McQueen cuffs, a whimsical Vivienne Westwood chain, or that classic Tiffany's heart lock.

    Refinery29

  • You can feel the author's pleasure when she makes some of the jokes the Yorkshire town of Hawes is repeatedly misheard as "whores"--soften your "rs" and read both words with your best British accent and there are loads of little digs buried in the text: sing-song nursery rhymes and bits of Virgil coexist and twist their way into the plot.

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  • That you've categorized it in both 'virginity' and 'whores' -- as though you'll be posting many, many stories in the future about both topics.

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