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Pimp   Listen
verb
Pimp  v. i.  (past & past part. pimped; pres. part. pimping)  To procure women for the gratification of others' lusts; to pander.






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Pimp" Quotes from Famous Books



... frowns, contemptuous sneers, 170 When he at last expects, good easy man! To reap the profits of his labour'd plan, Some cringing lackey, or rapacious whore, To favours of the great the surest door, Some catamite, or pimp, in credit grown, Who tempts another's wife, or sells his own, Steps 'cross his hopes, the promised boon denies, And for some minion's minion claims the prize. Foe to restraint, unpractised in deceit, Too resolute, from nature's active heat, 180 To brook ...
— Poetical Works • Charles Churchill

... and still bestows, upon me. I came into the world apparently with a nature like a smooth sheet of wax, bearing no impress, but capable of receiving any; of being moulded into all shapes. Nor am I exaggerating when I say I think that I might equally have been a Pharaoh, an ostler, a pimp, an archbishop, and that in the fulfilment of the duties of each a certain measure of success would have been mine. I have felt the goad of many impulses, I have hunted many a trail; when one scent failed another was taken up, and pursued with the pertinacity ...
— Confessions of a Young Man • George Moore



Words linked to "Pimp" :   cater, ply, procure, wrongdoer, ponce, procurer, England, whoremonger, fancy man, offender, panderer, pandar, pander, provide, procuress, supply



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