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harlotry: courtesan Oth. IV. ii. 239 (Q1 “harlot”); silly wench 1H4 III. i. 198, Rom. IV. ii. 14 “A peevish self-will'd ” ; attrib. as a vague term of contempt=‘scurvy’, worthless 1H4 II. iv. 442 “these harlotry players.”
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    • William Shakespeare, The First Part of Henry IV, 2.4
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