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Athanasian wench

obsolete A derogatory term for a lascivious woman who readily has sex with any man who asks for it. Taken from the Athanasian Creed, an early Christian statement of belief from at least the 6th century, the opening words of which are quicunque vult , or "whosoever wishes." Sir, how dare you. I am not one of your Athanasian wenches, ready to indulge your lust at a moment's notice!
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Wench, however, remains skeptical and becomes outright hostile towards BLISS after his common law wife, a chronically depressed and angst-ridden Latin beauty and onetime professional model turned fast food worker trying to raise a young daughter, chooses BLISS for herself and child against the expressed wishes of her crusading lover.
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Hughes spotted the perfect opportunity for Wicked Wench to get her head in front in an ordinary five-furlong affair at the start of November and after a fine start, she made every post a winning one to score by a couple of lengths.
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She stole the show in a revealing black top and a shimmering grey skirt, resembling a medieval wench.
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Barbossa is piloting the Wicked Wench, and he's after the sly Sparrow and the gold.
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It was as if the wench had taken her beloved Mammy and put a stranger in her place.
The form does not add up to much, but Wicked Wench won in the style of a filly who is capable of doing well here.
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We planned on staying there all night as we didn't really want to walk around town, me as a pirate's wench, my friends as the candy stripe nurse, the Queen of Hearts and Little Miss Muffet.
He's already been left salivating by food and the occasional naked wench being thrust at his see-through prison.
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