philanderer[ fi-lan-der ]SEE DEFINITION OF philanderer
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A vision of his antitype, the Cowes Philanderer, crossed me for a second.
In one of his plays—The Philanderer—a certain character has five or six natures.
His "The Philanderer" was published before a theater would accept it.
For all that he was puzzled; he had not thought Musgrave a philanderer.
"If Musgrave's not a philanderer, he's mighty dull," he said.
There is no twopenny modernism in it, as in The Philanderer.
Thorpe accepted his share with the caution of the wise man, while Dodge, not a whit less capable, took his as a philanderer.
The Philanderer, with its irresponsible levity and unexpected contortions, is a comedy of the true Shaw order.
He had even told Miss Grains that he looked upon Mr. Puffin as a "philanderer," and that "he didn't hold with philanderers."
The fourteenth man was Bayard, who belongs to a very exasperating type of philanderer.