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Noun wench has 1 sense
  1. dame, doll, wench, skirt, chick, bird - informal terms for a (young) woman
    --1 is a kind of girl, miss, missy, young lady, young woman, fille
Verb wench has 1 sense
  1. wench - frequent prostitutes
    --1 is one way to
    Derived form: noun wencher1
    Sample sentence:
    Somebody ----s

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Wench, primarily a noun, refers to a term often used historically to describe a young woman or a female servant. It can also be used as a verb to mean to work as a servant or a barmaid. Additionally, in modern times, it can be used colloquially to refer to a seductive or promiscuous woman.

Possible senses:

  1. A young woman or female servant.
  2. To work as a servant or a barmaid.
  3. Used colloquially to refer to a seductive or promiscuous woman.

Possible parts of speech:

  • Noun
  • Verb

Sample Sentences:


  1. The wench served tea to the guests.
  2. Martha was hired as a wench for the royal family.
  3. During that era, young wenches were expected to perform household chores.


  1. She had to wench at the tavern to support her family.
  2. John decided to wench during his summer break to earn some extra money.
  3. After losing her job, Sarah reluctantly agreed to wench at the local pub.


  1. He always had a weakness for flirty wenches.
  2. The party was filled with lively wenches and charming lads.
  3. She cunningly played the role of a seductive wench to gain his attention.

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