Examples of prostitution in a Sentence
She was arrested for prostitution.
Writing commercials was a prostitution of his talents.
Recent Examples of prostitution from the Web
Prosecutor Nikola Novak said that they are charged with aggravated rape and forced prostitution in nearly 50 cases, among other offenses.
Prosecutors charged two Metro Detroiters with human trafficking, forced labor and prostitution on Thursday.
Jordan was arrested at his home in February 2015 and charged with promoting prostitution and child endangerment following an anonymous tip to the FBI.
Detectives arrested the woman, Guo Jingyu, 56, for allegedly soliciting prostitution.
Catherine Healy, 62, a founder of the New Zealand Prostitutes Collective, was instrumental in helping her country become the first to decriminalize prostitution in 2003.
Desiato said over the several months, Hooks and another man ran a prostitution operation from the house in the 6600 block of N. 40th St. — and making a claimed $20,000 a month.
The first prostitution bust at 417 Royal St. came amid a citywide crackdown on vice in December 1917, just weeks after the closure of Storyville, the city's red-light district.
In an opinion that highlighted the evolution of the state’s prostitution and sentencing statutes dating to the 1870s, the three-judge appeals panel rejected Coleman’s legal interpretation.
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PROSTITUTION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of prostitution for English Language Learners
: the work of a prostitute : the act of having sex in exchange for money
: the use of a skill or ability in a way that is not appropriate or respectable
legal Definition of prostitution
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