lady-killer

[ ley-dee-kil-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF lady-killer

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LADY-KILLER

I don't quite think myself a lady-killer: by George, my—hum!

I do enjoy your companionship, and you know I am not a lady-killer.

You know that sort of tradesman's son, a dandy and lady-killer.

He—the lady-killer, Vizcarra—to fail in the conquest of a poor ranchera!

He was more than what you call a lady-killer, he was a woman-eater.

Who was the girl for whom you were exercising your arts of seduction down there, you lady-killer?

He was, however, generally considered to be quite an Adonis, a lady-killer.

No; he did not have the perfidious smirk or the brazen swagger of the lady-killer.

The envious, nor the prudish, stigmatized him as a lady-killer.

He was not vain, he was hardly a conscious or intentional "lady-killer."

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