Prostitution meaning

prŏstĭ-to͝oshən, -tyo͝o-
The practice of offering oneself or using one's talents for an unworthy purpose, especially for personal gain.
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Engaging in sexual activity for compensation.
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Engaging in sexual activity with another person in exchange for compensation, such as money or other valuable goods.

Her addiction brought her to the point that prostitution was the only means she had to survive.

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The act or practice of prostituting, or the fact of being prostituted; esp., the trade of a prostitute.
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(by extension) Debasement for unworthy profit or motives.

The television advertising job was a prostitution of the talents of one of the great writers of the century.

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Lowering in value, dignity, class, and so on.
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