1) A loose woman who gives a false impression of innocence or sexual naivete
2) A woman who provides sexual favors to people she may or may not know, and does not demand money for her services;
3) A derogatory term implying loose morals, generally due to a violation of confidence.
4) A very scantily-clad woman.
Jane feigned innocence, but once Jim saw her level of experience, he knew she must be a trollop.
"I can get some from Emma," said Rich, "she's a trollop."
I can't believe Courtney told everyone I like Ryan! What a trollop!
Could her skirt get any shorter? God, what a trollop!
Tara's feigned innocence and sexual frustration all wound up in one "easy to use" word. Any and all perverse inuendo apply.
*flutters eyelashes* "Ooh, Squizzle right HERE."
1. A disgrace to the state of Virginia. Called a man of Indian descent, S.R. Sidarth, a "macaca," an obvious racial slur. He "welcomed" the man to "the real world of Virginia," which is highly ironic, given that Allen was born and raised in California and Sidarth was born and raised in Fairfax, Virginia. He also feigned innocence by saying that he "had no idea what 'macaca' meant." House Majority Leader H. Morgan Griffith decided to bullshit out these words: "Not many people in southwest Virginia would think it is derogatory. I didn't have a clue what it meant, and I doubt Allen did, either." His campaign came up with various ways to bullshit the public and downplay the significance of the incident.
2. See shitstain.
George Allen: I had no idea what "macaca" meant.
Me: And yet you called the only non-white person in the crowd a word you obviously "didn't understand."
George Allen is the real macaca.
A combination of the words snotty and shark. Usually associated with a comment that is clever, sarcastic and always mean-spirited, often delivered with feigned innocence, and an UNintended tinge of hypocrisy.
SNARKY comments often produce an almost embarrassed laugh from the listener who thinks, "I shouldn't really laugh at what was just said, but it's so TRUE/APPROPRIATE!"
Snarky comments are most effective when spoken in a low voice as to be audible only to those nearby at solemn occassions, such as a funeral.
"HAA-ha!": Nelson from the Simpsons.
At a wedding: "Oh, how INTERESTING! She's actually wearing WHITE!"
At a church service: "Do you think membership would increase if they TOASTED those things?"
"I shouldn't really laugh at what was just said, but it's so TRUE and so SNARKY!"
An Italian mafia ringleader, usually female, whose feigned innocence allows her to get away with many crimes ordinary criminals may not, such as prostitution, drug trafficking, and murder.
"Lilina's never around. I wonder why."
(METAPHOR) relatively transparent ruse to hide something embarrassing behind something good, or something neutral. For example, a man may attempt to hit on a woman by attempting to get her involved in bible study. The woman would ordinarily find being hit on disagreeable or even offensive, so the man conceals his intentions as something considered good.
Comes from the tradition of Renaissance artists using figleaves to conceal the genitalia of nude subjects.
During the lead up to the invasion of Iraq, neoconservatives used concern for the the welfare of Iraqis under Saddam's oppressive rule as a figleaf for their bloodlust.