call girl

noun

Definition of call girl

: a prostitute with whom an appointment may be made by telephone

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Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961) Perhaps the most iconic of all New York women is Holly Golightly, the naive, eccentric sometimes call girl portrayed by Audrey Hepburn. Alissa Wilkinson, Vox, "9 great movies that explain cinema’s fascination with New York women," 13 July 2018 The call girls are also of no use in taking down Jack Bass. Elizabeth Logan, Glamour, "Every Single Episode of Gossip Girl, Ranked," 19 Sep. 2018 Spitzer, the then-governor of New York, had been caught on a federal wiretap around the same time confirming a meet-up with a call girl from a rival high-end prostitution ring. Jen Kirby, Vox, "The former “Manhattan Madam” has met with Robert Mueller’s team," 4 Aug. 2018 In the Spitzer case, Stone claimed his lawyer sent a letter in November 2007 that tipped off FBI agents that Spitzer hired call girls. Jen Kirby, Vox, "The former “Manhattan Madam” has met with Robert Mueller’s team," 4 Aug. 2018 The movie is a police mystery in which a detective teams up with a high-class prostitute to figure out who is killing her fellow call girls. Mehera Bonner, Marie Claire, "20 Full-Length Porn Movies with Great Plots and Great Sex," 18 May 2018 The transgender actress plays a call girl named Angel who develops feelings for her new client, American Horror Story’s Evan Peters. Paul Chi, HWD, "Why Ryan Murphy’s New Trans Drama, Pose, Is So Personal," 18 May 2018 Monday's march is the brainchild of Becki Murphy, an adoption attorney from Tulsa who shared the idea in a Facebook group for female lawyers called Girl Attorney. Isabella Gomez And Justin Lear, CNN, "They're moms. They're attorneys. They believe they can help end the Oklahoma teacher walkouts," 7 Apr. 2018 One, perhaps irritatingly, is named Rachel K., a call girl in Havana who intersects the lives of the Castros, of Cuba’s President, and of the head of United Fruit. Naomi Fry, The New Yorker, "Rachel Kushner’s Immersive Fiction," 23 Apr. 2018

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First Known Use of call girl

1912, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of call girl was in 1912

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call girl

noun

English Language Learners Definition of call girl

: a prostitute who arranges to meet with men who call her on the telephone

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