whoreson (n.) Old form(s): horson, whorsons
[son of a whore; serious or jocular term of abuse] fellow, bastard
H8 I.iii.39[Lovell to Lord Chamberlain and Sands, of French-influenced Englishmen] The sly whoresons / Have got a speeding trick to lay down ladies
KL I.i.22[Gloucester to Kent, of Edmund] the whoreson must be acknowledged
RJ IV.iv.20[Capulet to Second Servingman] A merry whoreson, ha!
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