Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The character and practices of a slut; neglect of cleanliness and order; dirtiness of clothes, rooms, furniture, or provisions.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The qualities and practices of a slut; sluttishness; slatternlines.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun countable A slutty or sluttish act.
  • noun uncountable The qualities or practices of a slut (promiscuous person), as in sluttishness, whoredom.
  • noun uncountable The qualities or practices of a slut (slovenly person), as in untidiness, dirtiness.

Etymologies

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From slut.

Examples

  • Labels: domestic sluttery, harry potter, spells, witchcraft posted by Another Outspoken Female at 1: 52 PM

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • Labels: domestic sluttery, harry potter, spells, witchcraft posted by Another Outspoken Female at 1: 52 PM

    on a lighter note

  • The women in my family were often suspected of this kind of sluttery, but the glorious truth is that they mostly just loved to marry sadists.

    i know i am, but what are you?

  • The women in my family were often suspected of this kind of sluttery, but the glorious truth is that they mostly just loved to marry sadists.

    i know i am, but what are you?

  • It's a rambling grab bag of observations about young women and sluttery.

    Archive 2006-07-01

  • The liberal mind says we need to be protected from our own sluttery and often in quite condescending ways, the misogynist mind says we have to be punished for it in universally condescending ways.

    A Few Thoughts on the “Cervical Cancer” Vaccine and HPV Eradication

  • I long to drink a dish of coffee in the sluttery, and hear you dun me for secrets, and "Drink your coffee -- why don't you drink your coffee?"

    The Ladies A Shining Constellation of Wit and Beauty

  • I long to drink a dish of coffee in the sluttery and hear you dun me for a secret, and "Drink your coffee; why don't you drink your coffee?"

    All About Coffee

  • Emmanuel College, and they were on intimate terms with many of the men who were the creators of the outer and inner life of the Commonwealth, but in their intellectual sympathies they went neither with the sectaries of the time -- "the squalid sluttery of fanatic conventicles," as S.P. puts it -- nor with the prevailing Puritan theology.

    Spiritual Reformers in the 16th & 17th Centuries

  • From some fault in the meat to complain of my maid's sluttery

    Images from Pepy's Diaries

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