Definition of slut in English:

slut

noun

derogatory
  • 1A woman who has many casual sexual partners.

    • ‘Come on, support your sisters, don't talk about being sluts and whores.’
    • ‘I wasn't a slut in high school, but if I had stuck around my small town after graduation, I would have become one.’
    • ‘Girls still can be labeled sluts if they're sexually free, whereas boys aren't.’
    • ‘You're dressing like a slut.’
    • ‘And, just for the record, when I was that age, neither I (alas) nor anyone I knew was getting any at the rate purported by the sluts in this movie.’
    • ‘There's also the obligatory nice hot chick (Jennifer Morrison) who's meant to balance out the film's other depictions of women as sluts, leeches and psychopaths.’
    • ‘Her roles moved from ingenue to slut, and from spinster to "the first lady of fright."’
    • ‘If you look at those who are successful in the tabloid business, day in, day out, they're called fat, ugly slappers, sluts…’
    • ‘"People think I'm just a slut having sex on screen but I didn't do it simply to jumpstart my career," she adds in the Express.’
    • ‘Can she have sex without losing all control, being branded a slut?’
    • ‘She is introduced as a dim oversexed slut who works as a beauty parlor pedicurist.’
    promiscuous woman
    prostitute, whore
    slattern
    model, escort, masseuse
    poule
    floozie, bike, pro, ho
    scrubber, slag, slapper
    tramp, hooker, hustler, roundheel, chippy, skank, puta, hoochie
    tart, scarlet woman, loose woman, hussy, woman of ill repute, streetwalker, trollop
    harlot, strumpet, wanton, drab, doxy, trull, sloven
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  • 2dated A woman with low standards of cleanliness.

    • ‘Women who have their eyebrows professionally plucked, blow-dry their hair for work and always know where they are when they wake up will arrive in the office with a hangover once a fortnight and say: "Oh, I'm such a slut."’
    • ‘Although she was handsome in a blowsy way, she was such a slut, with holes in her stockings and grubby straps showing.’

Origin

Middle English: of unknown origin.

Pronunciation

slut

/slʌt/