whoreson


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Synonyms for whoreson

the illegitimate offspring of unmarried parents

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steamfitter; otherwise the town TB doctor, a whoreson of the adamantine
Goines's prodigious output includes Whoreson, Dopefiend, and White Man's Justice, Black Man's Grief and the books sample from his sojourn as a heroin addict.
So it appears to be the case with the whoreson rogue Falstaff.
You're too much for me, Ennis, you whoreson son of a bitch.
M and R are at the top but N and B, those two nattering nabobs of negativity, are down at the bottom along with vile, violent and vitriolic V and the whoreson Z, that unnecessary letter.
The Dutchman, who is called Nic Frog, is a linen draper and, by contrast with John Bull, is 'a cunning sly Whoreson, quite the reverse of John in many particulars; Covetous, Frugal; minded domestick affairs; would pine his belly to save his Pocket, never lost a Farthing to careless servants, or bad debtors'.
The Earl of Lancaster he called Play actor, the Earl of Pembroke Joseph the Jew and the Duke of Gloucester, Whoreson.
19) A notable example occurs at the beginning of the play, when Gloucester introduces his bastard son Edmund to Kent with words that say more than he notices: "Though this knave came something saucily into the world before he was sent for, yet was his mother fair, there was good sport at his making, and the whoreson must be acknowledged.