from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The practice of accepting payment in exchange for sexual relations; prostitution.
- n. Unlawful sexual relations.
- n. Promiscuous sex.
- n. Bible Unfaithfulness to God; idolatry.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. the state of being a whore; prostitution
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The practice of unlawful intercourse with the other sex; fornication; lewdness.
- n. The sin of worshiping idols; idolatry.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Prostitution of the body for hire; in general, the practice of unlawful sexual commerce.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. offering sexual intercourse for pay
Although his label whoredom is more detailed in the book than the movie, Bateman's narcissism represents the '80s Wall Street yuppie taken to a bloody extreme.
Considered by some to be the ultimate in designer label whoredom, this method has proven very effective in keeping a wardrobe up to date.
What you so easily dismiss as media whoredom is more about Jay's energy and passion.
He could not pronounce the word whoredom, because the chastity of their heaven forbade it.
Corporal whoredom is another crime here charged upon them: They have committed whoredom continually, v. 18.
But it was no great matter what religion she was of; for, whatever it was, she was a reproach and scandal to it-a Jewess, but an adulteress; she was another man's wife when Felix took her to be his wife, and she lived with him in whoredom and was noted for an impudent woman, yet she desires to hear concerning the faith of Christ.
Which other Mary is associated with the idea of whoredom and sexuality?
In one way, through making money by disgraceful means, whether in performing shameful and servile works by means of illiberal practices, or by acquiring more through sinful deeds, such as whoredom or the like, or by making a profit where one ought to have given gratis, as in the case of usury, or by laboring much to make little profit.
Lusts, acts of lewdness, such as whoredom and adultery.
It's the LA Times that puts that "corporate whoredom" spin on it.