Associations to the word «Whore»

Wiktionary

WHORE, noun. (vulgar) A prostitute.
WHORE, noun. (vulgar) (pejorative) A person who is considered to be sexually promiscuous (see also: slut).
WHORE, noun. (vulgar) A person who is unscrupulous, especially one who compromises their principles for gain.
WHORE, noun. (vulgar) A person who will violate behavioral standards to achieve something desired.
WHORE, noun. (vulgar) A contemptible person.
WHORE, noun. (obsolete) A mistress or wife.
WHORE, verb. (intransitive) (vulgar) To prostitute oneself.
WHORE, verb. (intransitive) (vulgar) To engage the services of a prostitute.
WHORE, verb. (transitive) (vulgar) To pimp; to pander.
WHORE, verb. (intransitive) (vulgar) To pursue false gods.
WHORE, verb. (intransitive) (vulgar) To pursue false goals.
WHORE AROUND, verb. (intransitive) (offensive) To regularly copulate with people that one is not in a relationship with.
WHORE BATH, noun. A quick sponge bath by hand, using a wet washcloth or a pre-moistened towelette, to extend the interval between showers or clean up after casual sexual intercourse.
WHORE BATHS, noun. Plural of whore bath
WHORE OF BABYLON, proper noun. A Christian allegorical figure of evil mentioned in the Book of Revelation in the Bible, whose apocalyptic downfall is prophesied to take place at the hands of a beast with seven heads and ten horns.
WHORE OUT, verb. (informal) (transitive) (vulgar) To prostitute, take advantage of, exploit, show off; to hire out or provide to others like a whore; to pimp, swap one's sex partner.
WHORE PAINT, noun. Alternative spelling of whore's paint

Dictionary definition

WHORE, noun. A woman who engages in sexual intercourse for money.
WHORE, verb. Work as a prostitute.
WHORE, verb. Have unlawful sex with a whore.
WHORE, verb. Compromise oneself for money or other gains; "She whored herself to Hollywood".

Wise words

Wisdom does not show itself so much in precept as in life - in firmness of mind and a mastery of appetite. It teaches us to do, as well as talk, and to make our words and actions all of a color.
Lucius Annaeus Seneca