draggletail

  • 1 draggletail — n. whore, prostitute; slattern …

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  • 2 draggletail — /ˈdrægəlteɪl/ (say draguhltayl) noun a bedraggled or untidy person; slut; slattern …

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  • 3 Roberts and Barrand — Also known as John Roberts and Tony Barrand Origin Cornell University Genres Traditional folk music Years active 1969 …

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  • 4 slob — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n., slang, sloven, slattern; pig, slovenly Peter. See uncleanness. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. pig, hog, slattern, tramp, sloven, draggletail, yokel, ragamuffin, tatterdemalion, mudlark, street arab, dustman …

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  • 5 slut — n. Slattern, drab, draggletail …

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  • 6 slattern — I. n. Slut, drab, draggletail, slovenly woman. II. a. Slovenly, slatternly, sluttish …

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  • 7 slattern — n 1. drab, draggletail, slut, trollop, Sl. slob, dowdy, frump, slovenly woman. 2. tramp, hussy, wanton, loose or fallen woman, woman of ill repute; harlot, strumpet, prostitute, whore, U.S. Sl. tart, streetwalker, Sl. hustler, Sl. hooker, lady of …

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  • 8 sloven — n slattern, drab, draggletail, slut, trollop, Sl. slob, dowd, frump, Sl. pig, slovenly person, Sl. mess …

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  • 9 drab — I. /dræb / (say drab) adjective (drabber, drabbest) 1. having a dull brownish or grey colour. 2. dull; cheerless. –noun 3. dull grey; dull brownish or yellowish grey. {French drap cloth. See drape} –drably, adverb –drabness, noun II. /dræb / ( …

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