What is kept woman?

  • (noun): An adulterous woman; a woman who has an ongoing extramarital sexual relationship with a man.
    Synonyms: mistress, fancy woman

Some articles on woman:

Quantifier Shift - Examples
... Every person has a woman that is their mother ... Therefore, there is a woman that is the mother of every person ... fallacious to conclude that there is one woman who is the mother of all people ...
Pudicitia - As Virtue
... story of Lucretia shows that the more virtuous a woman was, the more appealing she was to potential adulterers ... The way a man or woman presented him or herself in public, and the persons they interacted with caused others to pass judgment on their pudicitia ... For example, if a woman was seen associating with men other than her husband people would make a negative judgment on her pudicitia ...
Woman - Education - OECD Countries - Education
... While women account for more than half of university graduates in several OECD countries, they receive only 30% of tertiary degrees granted in science and engineering fields, and women account for only 25% to 35% of researchers in most OECD countries. ...
Elizabeth Barry - Early Career
... Barry was always described as being a plain woman ... Even though Barry was "the ugliest Woman" in the world off stage, wrote the anonymous A Comparison Between the Two Stages (1702), she was "the finest Woman in the World upon the Stage." ...
Erathipa
... Erathipa is a boulder that has the shape of a pregnant woman contained within Erathipa are the souls of dead children which can inhabit the bodies ... which the souls of the children imprisoned in it watch for a woman to pass by so that they may be reborn in her ... they pretend to be old, and walk as if leaning on a stick, crying "Don't come to me, I am an old woman!" The idea implicit in all these rites, is that certain stones have the power to make sterile ...

Famous quotes containing the word woman:

    If men had to do their vile work without the assistance of woman and the stimulant of strong drink they would be obliged to be more divine and less brutal.
    Caroline Nichols Churchill (1833–?)

    A woman one loves rarely suffices for all our needs, so we deceive her with another whom we do not love.
    Marcel Proust (1871–1922)