• Women who are always looking out on the street

  • Women who sit conversing in their neighbour's house

  • A woman who is always staring at you

  • A female messenger

  • A woman who looks sideways at you

  • A woman whose husband has taken another wife without any just cause

  • A woman who hates her husband, or who is hated by him

  • A woman who has nobody to look after her, or keep her in check

  • A woman who has not had any children

  • A woman whose family or caste is not well known

  • A woman whose children are dead

  • A woman who is very fond of society

  • A woman who is apparently very affectionate with her husband

  • The wife of an actor

  • A widow

  • A poor woman

  • A woman fond of enjoyments

  • The wife of a man with many younger brothers

  • A vain woman

  • A woman whose husband is inferior to her in rank or abilities

  • A woman who is proud of her skill in the arts

  • A woman disturbed in mind by the folly of her husband

  • A woman who has been married in her infancy to a rich man, and not liking him when she grows up, desires a man possessing a disposition, talents, and wisdom suitable to her own tastes.

  • A woman who is slighted by her husband without any cause

  • A woman who is not respected by other women of the same rank or beauty as herself

  • A woman whose husband is devoted to travelling

  • The wife of a jeweller

  • A jealous woman

  • A covetous woman

  • An immoral woman

  • A barren woman

  • A lazy woman

  • A cowardly woman

  • A humpbacked woman

  • A dwarfish woman

  • A deformed woman

  • A vulgar woman

  • An ill-smelling woman

  • A sick woman

  • An old woman
There are also two verses on the subject as follows:

`Desire, which springs from nature, and which is increased by art, and from which all danger is taken away by wisdom, becomes firm and secure. A clever man, depending on his own ability, and observing carefully the ideas and thoughts of women, and removing the causes of their turning away from men, is generally successful with them.'

  By PanEris using Melati.

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