Definition of "trull" [trull]

  • A woman prostitute. (noun)

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Use "trull" in a sentence
  • "Nay, even the tipsy crew at Bacchus's affected to treat her name with scorn: -- "The girl had made much noise about being called a trull, as if many a better than she wasn't one; and, after all, what was the prudish wench?"
  • "Perhaps for once he'd wisely spent his coin on an honest trull."
  • "He tells his naively unbelieving sister which her father "gives his potent regiment to a trull.""