having the appearance or character of a prostitute; slutty
But she turned crimson with rage when trampy, some other night, forgot himself so far as to monkey-claw the girls.
“Time for a cigar, I guess,” said trampy, as soon as Clifton was gone.
Jimmy was astonished at the audacity of a trampy: what could he say to her?
What Jimmy had heard of trampy did not inspire him with confidence.
And trampy fled under a shower of boots and slippers, fled like mad, as though the devil were after him.
A “girl” and a wife were all the same to trampy: a mere pastime, both of them.
trampy posed as a victim of jealousy, spoke of showing them—all of them, if once he put his back to it!
trampy was dumfounded and utterly floored by the 124 revelation.
Lily dreamed of the Three Graces; of the boy-violinist; of trampy.
And there were always angry disputes between her and trampy.