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As his marriage and finances disintegrated, he moved alone to Paris and supported himself as a gigolo while contributing to the satirical anarchist magazine Hara-Kiri.
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Naturally, no decent French girl would have been allowed for a single moment to dance with a gigolo.
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A very faint dull red crept suddenly over the pallor of the gigolo's face.
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And the Mazzettis put but one interpretation upon a young woman who strolls into the soft darkness of the Promenade with a gigolo.
GIGOLOEDNA FERBER
Orson J.'s fee, as he handed it to the gigolo, was the kind that mounted grandly into dollars instead of mere francs.
GIGOLOEDNA FERBER
The nice-looking gigolo seemed to be in great demand, but Orson J. succeeded in capturing him after the third dance.
GIGOLOEDNA FERBER
The gigolo with the beautiful manners hesitated longer than really beautiful manners should permit.
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The gigolo confessed, one day, to understanding some English, though he seemed to speak none.
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It was out of this period that there emerged Giddy, the gigolo.
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A gigolo, generally speaking, is a man who lives off women's money.
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WORDS RELATED TO GIGOLO

  • Casanova
  • Don Juan
  • Lothario
  • Romeo
  • gigolo
  • heartbreaker
  • ladies' man
  • lady-killer
  • lecher
  • libertine
  • lover
  • lover-boy
  • rake
  • seducer
  • skirt chaser
  • stud
  • wolf
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