lady of the night

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lady of the night

A euphemism for a prostitute. I love living in this neighborhood, but there are a few ladies of the night who hang around looking for business after dark.
See also: lady, night, of

lady of the night

used euphemistically to refer to a prostitute.
See also: lady, night, of
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At the Quebec, not only Vic Parker, but the icon Gazzman played twice weekly - Tuesday and Sunday nights as I recall, and even the ladies of the night loitering around the next door Custom House could sway and make money to the music.
In Germany, ladies of the night pay income tax -- the level of which varies from region to region -- but compliance is difficult to enforce with women seeking business on the street.
It says something about her choice in men that the one constant in her life is 'ex' Hugh Grant, who famously has a penchant for ladies of the night.
Over 450,000 tourists are expected to descend on the country - and the ladies of the night are determined to cash in.
He mentions the ladies of the night in that area, could that be because the problem was moved from Boathouse/Bowesfield Lane areas by developments?
Trading Gossip recalls that back in 2003 the official Mipim guide book helpfully listed telephone numbers and price guides for local ladies of the night.
As long as the ladies of the night are not plying their trade on main thoroughfares in front of respectable families, we tend to ignore the vice trade until something like this happens.
Some took the Southern gentlefolk costume route; others went New Orleans naughty (including ladies of the night and their escorts), and riverboat gamblers and casual Cajun types appeared, too.
Among the more colorful tenants were several ladies of the night.
It is the most solitary of pastimes but one in which you meet, create and make lots of friends: cheating wives, distraught husbands, murder victims, detectives with drink problems, malignant bank managers, cheeky chappies, rogues, gentlemen and ladies of the night, heroes and heroines, victims and perpetrators, all involved in tragedy and happy endings.
The Twilight actor, 28, has admitted to hanging out with some ladies of the night when he first arrived in LA.
There's workhouse blues, caning machines, school bullies and even upper class ladies of the night offering to talk Cockney to passing guvn'rs.
In Germany, ladies of the night pay income tax - the level varies from region to region - but enforcing it has proved to be difficult.
Among them are soiled doves, ladies of the night, painted ladies, streetwalkers, whores, harlots, nympths du pave, high class courtesans, or simply prostitutes.
Is this the same Wayne Rooney who was caught by CCTV cameras visiting ladies of the night recently and who was forced by newspaper revelations to admit to frequenting prostitutes of mature vintage?
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