A woman divorced or separated. 2.) A woman whose husband is frequently away from home for business, entertainment or sports.
3.) A mistress who has been cast aside like that of Hester Prynne in Nathaniel Hawthorne's, The Scarlet Letter.
4.) A woman who has birth an illegitimate child.
1940's term, back when young women wore poodle skirts and rolled their bobby socks down to their ankles. Shirley Temple portrayed this adorable, adolescent character in 1947 Oscar winning film; The Batchelor and the Bobby Soxer.
1.) Ahh the air of eau de funke`. When your nickname is Pig Pen and you think it's super cute because you're a Peanuts fan. You stink so horribly the smell has morphed into stank. 2.) As in, "Put some stank on it" or "Stankonia." It represents that special seasoning you can't find anywhere. It's funky. It's herbalicious. It's the fuel that sends rockets soaring beyond our atmosphere. It personifies elevation. That stank. 3.) As in, stank bitch. Not a good look when you have a funky ass attitude and no one wants to be bothered. You are the Negative Nancy everyone makes an effort to avoid.