call-girl


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call girl

A female prostitute whose clients place orders for sexual services (traditionally by calling on the phone). As soon as Sharon discovered that her husband had used a call girl when he was supposedly away on business, she filed for divorce.
See also: call, girl

call-girl

n. a woman who is on call as a prostitute. (Possibly refers to a prostitute who can be contacted by a telephone call.) The cops dragged in a whole flock of call-girls after the convention.
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'I was actually in the same hotel the night these call-girls were supposed to have visited - and I saw nothing.'
"It can take ten minutes for a call-girl to remove a shirt, and by the time she's finished he will be faint with desire," says Donna.
Every call-girl knows that unusual and dangerous places - dangerous because you could be discovered - give an added excitement to sex.
"It's not much is it - sixty quid to save a marriage or a relationship ?" says call-girl Sophie from The Wirral.
The high-class call-girls of Britain, the pounds 5,000- a-night sirens of sex.
The high class call-girl has called for more help for the sex workers.
By comparison the high class call-girl works for a Birmingham agency and enjoys dinner dates with her clients.
New York, Dec 2 ( ANI ): Former call girl, Valerie Baber has narrated her life as an escort when luv-guv Eliot Spitzer had resigned after being exposed as a client of the Emperors Club call-girl ring.
Deborah Palfrey, who faces charges of running a call-girl ring, is threatening to expose her high-profile clients.
Former hellraiser Sheen spent a fortune on call-girls at his huge estate in Malibu, California, when he was still a bed-hopping bachelor.