[ UK /bˈɔːd/ ]
[ US /ˈbɔd/ ]
  1. a woman who engages in sexual intercourse for money
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  • At the bottom were the Théâtre de la Gaieté for pantomimes and harlequinades, the Porte-Saint-Martin Theatre for melodramas, and the Théâtre des Variétés for ‘little plays of the bawdy, vulgar or rustic genres'.
  • bawd:" Cf. Letter 60, note 14 and Feb. 18, 1712-13. The Journal to Stella
  • Whether in spite or because of its humor and bawdiness, Son of Schmilsson actually went gold and reached number 12 on the charts, feats Nilsson would never again accomplish. Midweek Music Moment: Son of Schmilsson, Harry Nilsson « A Progressive on the Prairie
  • It goes without saying that theatre can be a bit rough and ready, and lord knows our William seems to want to bawdily go where no one has gone before.
  • Comedy, tragedy, love, death, the spiritual and the bawdy are all represented.
  • From time-to-time, an unevenness in tone is evident, as the movie swerves between bawdy farce and melodrama.
  • More literary games, but here intellectual conceits are mixed with bawdy farce.
  • Their bawdy exploits were commented on by Howerd during asides, complete with awful puns, in a pastiche of the traditional Greek chorus.
  • There is plenty of Shakespeare's bawdy humour too and the sexual innuendoes come thick and fast.
  • A few women inspect a gender to be bawdy and feculent content, be in a gender for a long time to check status, also can weaken the sexual desire of oneself greatly.
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