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1. British term for a girl , a servant girl , a woman , a wanton-woman , or a prostitute . Formerly, a girl of the lower classes who gives freely of herself sexually. See playgirl and prostitute for synonyms.

2. To chase after women.

QUOTE: Porthos (Oliver Platt) to D'Artagnan (Chris O'Donnell) in The Three Musketeers (1993): 'D'Artagnan, if you are to be a proper musketeer you shall have to be schooled in the manly art of wenching. (...) The secret of wenching is in the first kiss for in that first kiss a lasting impression is made. Right, ladies? If it is weak she'll think you're weak. If it is comical she'll think you're a clown. (...) And as a musketeer is never weak and only rarely a clown you're first kiss must be all the things that you are. Like this .'

3. In teenspeak, a girl or girlfriend .

See Also: article, be on the game, beard-splitter, bleached mort, come-hither eyes, coming woman, dells, dock, doxy, frenchified, fubsey, gamester, gay woman, gimcrack, go on the game, go wenching, Jack Whore, jimcrack, jowl, meat-monger, mort, mutton-monger, muttoner, old dose, on the game, piece, prime article, wench, wench of the game, whoopee fluff, whoopee girl

Quotes Containing wench:
Edmund Lowe in Seven Sinners (1936); ''Strappling wench with come-hither-eyes .''

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