I do know that Carson Daly dodged a bullet by breaking off his engagement to that Tara Reid hussy.
He blamed himself for not dismissing from his mind the hussy he had dismissed from his room.
Heave the hussy up to her anchor, Mr. Leach, when we will cast an eye to her moorings.
Her anxieties as to the hussy were, for a time, lulled to sleep.
In circumstances equally inspiring Bunyan entertained that hussy.
I knew well enough that I should get what I wanted, and that I would force that hussy to give way to me!
Yes, that hussy must have fancied, no doubt, that Jean was Maréchal's son.
Has she the low shoulder, quick eye, round leg and dimpled arm of the hussy?
"You need not call on him, hussy; you will never see him again," said Mrs. Miller.
As this day was long in coming, the hussy ventured to intrude upon the sorrow of the suffering couple.
1520s, "mistress of a household, housewife," alteration of Middle English husewif (see housewife). Gradually broadened to mean "any woman or girl," and by 1650 was being applied to "a woman or girl who shows casual or improper behavior," and a general derogatory sense had overtaken the word by late 18c. "It is common to use housewife in a good, and huswife or hussy in a bad sense" [Johnson].