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  • 1Pander — Pan der, n. [From Pandarus, a leader in the Trojan army, who is represented by Chaucer and Shakespeare as having procured for Troilus the possession of Cressida.] [1913 Webster] 1. A male bawd; a pimp; a procurer. [1913 Webster] Thou art the… …

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  • 2pander — n. [Formerly written Pandar.] Procurer, pimp, male bawd …

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  • 3pander — I One who caters to the lust of others; a male bawd, a pimp, or procurer II To pimp; to cater to the gratification of the lust of another. To entice or procure a female, by promises, threats, fraud, or artifice, to enter any place in which… …

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  • 4pan´der|er — pan|der «PAN duhr», noun, verb. –n. 1. a person who helps other people indulge low desires, passions, or vices. 2. a man who procures prostitutes for others; male bawd; pimp; procurer. 3. a go between in illicit amours. –v.i. to act as a pander;… …

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  • 5pan|der — «PAN duhr», noun, verb. –n. 1. a person who helps other people indulge low desires, passions, or vices. 2. a man who procures prostitutes for others; male bawd; pimp; procurer. 3. a go between in illicit amours. –v.i. to act as a pander; supply… …

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  • 6prostitute — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. whore, harlot, tart (see impurity). II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. whore, call girl, hustler, harlot, strumpet, lewd woman, bawd, streetwalker, loose woman, fallen woman, courtesan, abandoned woman,… …

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  • 7Pandarus — In Homer s Iliad , Pandarus or Pandaros is a famous archer and the son of Lycaon. Pandarus, who fights on the side of Troy in the Trojan War, first appears in Book Two of the Iliad. In Book Four, he shoots Menelaus and wounds him with an arrow,… …

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  • 8Rhotic and non-rhotic accents — English pronunciation can be divided into two main accent groups: a rhotic (pronounced /ˈroʊtɨk/, sometimes /ˈrɒtɨk/) speaker pronounces a rhotic consonant in words like hard; a non rhotic speaker does not. That is, rhotic speakers pronounce /r/… …

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  • 9baudet — [ bodɛ ] n. m. • 1534; a. fr. bald « lascif » ♦ Fam. Âne. Loc. Être chargé comme un baudet, très chargé. Crier haro sur le baudet. Spécialt Âne mâle, étalon de l ânesse ou de la jument. ● baudet nom masculin (ancien français bald, baud, hardi)… …

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  • 10Westward Ho (play) — Westward Ho (or Ho! , or Hoe ) is an early Jacobean era stage play, a satire and city comedy by Thomas Dekker and John Webster that was first published in 1607. It had an unusual impact in that it inspired Ben Jonson, George Chapman, and John… …

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  • 11William Hogarth — Infobox Person name= William Hogarth image size=220px caption= William Hogarth, self portrait, 1745 birth date= birth date|1697|11|10|df=y birth place= London, England, Great Britain death date= death date and age|1764|10|26|1697|11|10|df=y death …

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  • 12impurity — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Moral uncleanness Nouns 1. impurity, immodesty, grossness, indelicacy, indecency; pornography, curiosa, obscenity, ribaldry, smut, bawdy, filth, double entendre; coprophilia; pornographic movie, blue… …

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  • 13mother —    1.    American    an elderly male homosexual    The obsolete British meaning was a bawd.    2. American    a term of vulgar abuse    Shortened form of motherfucker, but those who use it are unlikely to know that Oedipus was said to have sired… …

    How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • 14call girl — noun a female prostitute who can be hired by telephone • Hypernyms: ↑prostitute, ↑cocotte, ↑whore, ↑harlot, ↑bawd, ↑tart, ↑cyprian, ↑fancy woman, ↑working girl, ↑ …

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