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-# A woman held by others as [[retain]]ing a [[vulgar]] and [[discourteous]] [[disposition]]. 
-# A [[strumpet]]. 
-====Usage notes==== 
-This term connotes a [[debasement]] of class or social standing. 
 +# A female [[prostitute]]; a woman who is very sexually active.
 +# A female [[adulterer]].
 +# A [[mistress]]. ''Usage - 1960's''
 +#: ''Usage note'' - often used as ''bit of strumpet'', ''piece of strumpet''.
 +# A [[trollop]].
 +#: ''Usage note'' - derogatory.
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  1. A female prostitute; a woman who is very sexually active.
  2. A female adulterer.
  3. A mistress. Usage - 1960's
    Usage note - often used as bit of strumpet, piece of strumpet.
  4. A trollop.
    Usage note - derogatory.

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