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trampy2

adjective

having the appearance or character of a prostitute; slutty

Word Origin

1944

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  • But she turned crimson with rage when trampy, some other night, forgot himself so far as to monkey-claw the girls.

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  • “Time for a cigar, I guess,” said trampy, as soon as Clifton was gone.

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  • Jimmy was astonished at the audacity of a trampy: what could he say to her?

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  • What Jimmy had heard of trampy did not inspire him with confidence.

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  • And trampy fled under a shower of boots and slippers, fled like mad, as though the devil were after him.

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  • A “girl” and a wife were all the same to trampy: a mere pastime, both of them.

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  • trampy posed as a victim of jealousy, spoke of showing them—all of them, if once he put his back to it!

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  • trampy was dumfounded and utterly floored by the 124 revelation.

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  • Lily dreamed of the Three Graces; of the boy-violinist; of trampy.

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  • And there were always angry disputes between her and trampy.

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