Definition of Trollopy

1. Adjective. Like a trollop. ¹



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Definition of Trollopy

1. trollop [adj] - See also: trollop

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trollopy

trolleyology
trolleys
trollied
trollies
trolling
trollings
trollish
trollishly
trollishness
trollmydames
trolloped
trollopee
trollopees
trollops
trollopy (current term)
trolls
trolly
trolly dolly
trollying
trolnitrate phosphate
tromantadine
trombiculiasis
trombiculid
trombiculid mites
trombiculiid
trombidiid
trombone
trombone player
tromboner

Literary usage of Trollopy

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1. A Memoir of Jane Austen by James Edward Austen-Leigh, Jane Austen (1882)
"The moment they stopped, a trollopy-looking maid-servant, seemingly in waiting for them at the door, stepped forward, and more intent on telling the news ..."

2. Memoirs of Modern Philosophers by Elizabeth Hamilton (1804)
"'Nor I neither,' faid the other; *I would not be feen walking with fuch a trollopy quiz for the world.' So faying, flie gave the unfortunate ..."

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