wencher

NOUN
  1. someone who patronizes prostitutes
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How To Use wencher In A Sentence

  • In most of our minds, he is a withdrawn, lonely figure, brave but enigmatic - scarcely to be compared with his rival, who was combative, a drinker and something of a wencher.
  • In the picturesque port city of Bahia, Flor, a lovely young woman, marries the wastrel Vadinho, a compulsive wencher who beats her.
  • He was the manifest ruffian, wencher, whoremonger, and most infamous cuckold-maker that ever breathed.
  • Mudge the great thief, Mudge the great drunk, Mudge the great wencher, Mudge the great ... The Lives of Felix Gunderson
  • My older brother-well, he may have the law behind him, but he was a wencher and a ne'er-do-well when I left, and I haven't heard he's improved. Oathbreaker
  • Teams of horses and oxen are born under the Twins, and well-hung wenchers and those who bedung both sides of the wall. Satyricon
  • The son is a gambler, a spendthrift, and a wencher, while they say the father is a villain, a miser, and a tightass. Unforseen Return
  • Among other discourse, my cozen Roger told us a thing certain, that the Archbishop of Canterbury; that now is, do keep a wench, and that he is as very a wencher as can be; and tells us it is Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete 1667 N.S.
  • A slender one, boyish of waist and of wit, For wencher as well as for sodomite fit. The Book of the Thousand Nights and One Night, Volume IV
  • But he makes no more of doubt to say that the Archbishop is a wencher, and known to be so, which is one of the most astonishing things that I have heard of, unless it be, what for certain he says is true, that my Lady Diary of Samuel Pepys — Volume 55: July 1667
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