Meaning of wencher in English:

wencher

noun

See wench

  • ‘He was the manifest ruffian, wencher, whoremonger, and most infamous cuckold-maker that ever breathed.’
  • ‘In most of our minds, he is a withdrawn, lonely figure, brave but enigmatic - scarcely to be compared with his rival, who was combative, a drinker and something of a wencher.’
  • ‘In the picturesque port city of Bahia, Flor, a lovely young woman, marries the wastrel Vadinho, a compulsive wencher who beats her.’