Of or suggesting a prostitute: tartish attire. (adjective)
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Use "tartish" in a sentence
"The once-conservative shoemaker Ferragamo and its new designer, Cristina Ortiz, took the label tartish-sexy with slinky disco outfits, which might grab attention just as the family-owned company weighs a possible initial public offering of stock."
"The Santa Rosas are on the smallish side, and even when fully and dropping off the tree they tend to be firm and tartish."
"In fact, Jones' point was that the fashionably tartish dress that girls—and, increasingly, not-so young-women—seem to be going in for is largely a reaction to the above-described double bind that females in our culture find themselves in."