A Light Woman
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"A Light Woman" is a 1928 British silent romance film directed by Adrian Brunel and starring Benita Hume, C.M. Hallard and Gerald Ames. It is also known by the alternative title Dolores. A flighty young woman learns the error of her ways through a series of love affairs.
- country: United Kingdom
- language: English Language
- genres: Romance Film, Drama
"A Light Woman" is a written work.
- author: Robert Browning
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by Eric Partridge
A whore; a light woman: C. 18–mid-19: coll. This word, not nearly so gen. as F. & H. implies, is a reminiscence of the C.13–15 use, gen. as holour, applied only to men. holey dollar , see HOLY DOLLAR. holiday . (Gen. pl.) A spot carelessly left ...
A New Canting Dictionary (1725)
Comprehending All the Terms, Ancient and Modern, Used in the Several Tribes of Gypsies, Beggars, Shoplisters, Highwaymen, Foot-pads, and All Other Clans of Cheats and Villains : Interspersed with Proverbs, Phrases, Figurative Speeches, Etc. : Being a Complete Collection of All that Has Been Publish'd of that Kind : with Very Large Additions of Words Never Before Made Publick ... with a Preface, Giving an Account of the Original, Progress, Etc. of the Canting Crew, and Recommending Methods for Diminishing These Varlets, by Better Employment of the Poor : to which is Added a Complete Collection of Songs in the Canting Dialect
A G - Tail, a light Woman. WALLO WISH, a ...
by Nathan Bailey
BOB TAIL, a light Woman, also a> Eunuch or impotent ...
In which the Words are Explained in Their Different Senses.. by John Jamieson, John Johnstone (of Edinburgh.), John Longmuir
From cutty, kittie, a light woman. V. KITTIE. CUTTIE-STOUP, s. A pewter vessel holding the eighth # of a chopin or quart, S. Burns. Modern S. * till. CUTTIT, Curred, adj. 1. Abrupt, S. R. Bruce. ” Laconic and tart, S. CUTTITLIE, adv. V. CUTTETLIE ...
A Dictionary of Archaic & Provincial Words, Obsolete Phrases, Proverbs & Ancient Customs, Form the Fourteenth Century (1852)
by James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps
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