lady of the night


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lady of the night

euphemism 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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Ladies will receive two complementary drinks courtesy of the bar, while the most fashionable lady of the night will get an opportunity to hold a one hour personal meeting with the hotel's Fashion Advisor.
PARIS Hilton was the lady of the night at Good Charlotte's only Scottish date - when her tattooed lover dedicated songs to her.
Here she tried to persuade Colette, a prostitute in Peterborough, to choose a new life but, sadly, this lady of the night was not for turning - not even after sitting down with and hearing the pleas of Pat Brown, whose daughter, Pauline Stephen, was murdered four years ago in Everton by schizophrenic Mark Corner.
The only trouble was that the lady of the night - played by Sarah Blakemore - wanted paying to sleep with leering Les, and he thought she had fallen in love with his magnetic personality.
AN England fan falls for the charms of a Berlin lady of the night.
MOLLY Malone may have plied her trade through streets broad and narrow - but she was no lady of the night, it was claimed yesterday.
Later, she stumbled onto the street with a bag over her shoulder, looking like a lady of the night.
I'M not sure how Chinawhite will cope - let alone our 3am girls - but there are murmurs that Jordan, that fine, certainly upstanding lady of the night and its clubs, is planning to depart the metropolis for a life in the country, one of the remoter parts of Surrey.
Christian finds himself plunged into a passionate but ultimately tragic love affair with the beautiful lady of the night, but can love conquer all?
GLAD to see Coleen and Wayne are back to their lovey dovey best after his reported dalliance with a lady of the night.
Notting Hill, the new film in which he stars alongside that Julia Roberts woman - who gained her fame from playing another lady of the night - has been getting good reviews.
He directs his favourite stars Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine in this romantic 1963 tale of a hapless policeman (Lemmon) who falls for MacLaine's lady of the night and concocts an elaborate plan to get her off the streets.
The floppy-haired Englishman - whose last rap in the States involved the cops and a Divine lady of the night - is sampled on an underground hip-hop track.