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At stake was the pride and bragging rights of the owner of the winning vessel, the equivalent of over $1 million today, and the making of history—though that last award was ranked the lowest in the eyes of the playboys who had cooked this scheme up.
THE HARD-DRINKING PLAYBOYS WHO MADE TRANSATLANTIC SAILING HISTORYALLISON MCNEARNEYJUNE 6, 2021THE DAILY BEAST
Thus, for instance, is the question of Synge's Playboy handled.
STUDIES OF CONTEMPORARY POETSMARY C. STURGEON
A Playboy is someone with power, too much time on his hands, and too little sense of a goal worth achieving.
THE PLAYERSEVERETT B. COLE
In The Playboy he seemed to be determined to write riotously, like a man straining after vitality.
OLD AND NEW MASTERSROBERT LYND
Following the alluring drumstick, Playboy burst into the passage, towing me after him on the rope.
THE LONDON MERCURY, VOL. I, NOS. 1-6, NOVEMBER 1919 TO APRIL 1920VARIOUS
Well, you're the walking Playboy of the Western World, and that's the poor man you had divided to his breeches belt.
THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLDJ. M. SYNGE
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO PLAYBOY

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  • allurer
  • charmer
  • enticer
  • heartbreaker
  • inveigler
  • ladies' man
  • lady-killer
  • libertine
  • lover
  • philanderer
  • playboy
  • rake
  • roué
  • skirt chaser
  • smooth operator
  • stud
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