He was quite the man-about-town of the conversation, while the easy-shaver was the child.
He was a man-about-town, living, to all appearance, by his wits.
The man-about-town duly made his appearance to the very minute.
He had an admirable appetite for pleasure; a man-about-town's life suited him.
He was always a man-about-town, but he and Brian were inseparable.
He was a man-about-town, living, to all appearances, by his wits.
And even the man-about-town stands aghast at the ultra-modern crazes.
He scorned Joseph; and yet his desire, as a man-about-town, to keep Joseph's esteem, was in no way diminished!
Bimba is a popular character in Cuba, and in some respects represents a type of the Creole 'pollo,' or man-about-town.
George, a man-about-town, would have stared at being called provincial, but a man cannot stare away his nature.