Examples of wench in a Sentence
a fairytale about the transformation of a lowly kitchen wench into an elegant lady
Recent Examples of wench from the Web
Behind her stand other wenches, their eyes downcast and pleading, their waists tied to one another with a leather strap.
The heads of the five Mummers divisions — string bands, fancy brigades, wench brigades, comics and fancies — voted 3-2 to play on as planned, according to the Philly Voice.
For 2018, the performance spots are at 15th and Market Streets, Broad and Sansom Street (string bands), Broad and Pine Street (fancies, wenches, comics, and fancy brigades), and Broad and Carpenter Street.
Nearly 41 million unimaginative adults will dress as Batman, animals, witches, wenches and pirates, with sexpot looks on many ladies’ lists.
Nothing says fall like enormous turkey legs and domestic beer served by a wench.
There are many solid gags among this motley crew — the pirate forever chasing his false eye, the parrot trained to speak for its mute master, the series of fetching wenches who deliver slaps to Sparrow for past wrongs.
Tanya (Ella Dershowitz) is a 27-year-old working-class single mother; to underline her status, Ms. Gionfriddo has her wearing, a bit tritely, the serving-wench outfit of a novelty restaurant on the New Jersey shore.
After centuries of wenches and harlots being part of the Jolly Roger narrative, Carina does wonders for feminist piracy.
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Origin and Etymology of wench
WENCH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of wench for English Language Learners
: a young woman; especially : a young woman who is a servant
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