trol|lop


trol|lop
trol|lop «TROL uhp», noun.
1. an untidy or slovenly woman; slattern.
2. a morally loose woman; slut.
3. = prostitute. (Cf.prostitute)
[probably < troll1 in sense of “to trail, draggle”]

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  • Trol|lop|e|an — or Trol|lop|i|an «truh LOP ee uhn, LOH pee », adjective. having to do with, characteristic of, or like the English novelist Anthony Trollope (1815 1882) or his writings: »a Trollopian background of great houses and grouse moors (Mollie Panter… …   Useful english dictionary

  • trol|lop|y — «TROL uh pee», adjective. like a trollop; slovenly; morally loose …   Useful english dictionary

  • trol·lop — /ˈtrɑːləp/ noun, pl lops [count] old fashioned + offensive : a woman who has sex with many different men …   Useful english dictionary

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