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Whoreson, 1) bastard: Lr. I, 1, 24.
2) a term of coarse familiarity, == fellow, when used as a substantive: “the sly --s have got a speeding trick,” H8 I, 3, 39. “well said; a merry w., ha! thou shalt be loggerhead,” Rom. IV, 4, 19. Adjectively applied not only to persons, but to anything, as a term of reproach or ludicrous dislike, and sometimes (as in the language of Doll Tearsheet) used even in a tone of coarse tenderness: Tp. I, 1, 46. Gent. II, 5, 49. IV, 4, 47. Err. IV, 4, 24. LLL IV, 3, 204. Shr. IV, 1 Shr. IV, 1 Shr. IV, 1 Shr. IV, 1 H4A II, 2, 88. II, 4, 155. II, 4, 155 III, 3, 177. H4B I, 2, 16. H4B I, 2, 16 H4B I, 2, 16 H4B I, 2, 16 H4B I, 2, 16 II, 2, 91. II, 4, 225. II, 4, 225 II, 4, 225 II, 4, 225 II, 4, 225 III, 2, 193. Troil. II, 1, 44. II, 3, 244. V, 1, 32. V, 3, 101. Hml. V, 1, 189. Hml. V, 1, 189 Lr. I, 4, 89. II, 2, 19. II, 2, 19 II, 2, 19 Ant. V, 2, 277. Cymb. II, 1, 4. Cymb. II, 1, 4
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