- a man, esp one of private means, who devotes himself to the pleasures of nightclubs,
expensive holiday resorts, female company, etc
Example Sentences Including 'playboy'
Caroline was twenty-six, financially independent and a target for every playboy in London.
He concedes he `kind of stuck my toe in the water' with his Oscar-nominated performance as a playboy in The Talented Mr Ripley.
Australian News Misc (2004)
Meanwhile, discarding his playboy image, Imran had begun championing the cause of Islam.
India Today (1996)
NOBODY could accuse motorcycle playboy Valentino Rossi of being shy.
Sun, News of the World (2001)
Naked Around the time of the split, the 30-year-old playboy met Sarah at a club in Alderley Edge, Cheshire.
Sun, News of the World (2002)
Prince Jamal began to feel like a part of the scene rather than a mere playboy visitor.
Revson bristled at media characterizations that he was just a playboy heir to a fortune.
Edmonton Sun (2003)
That anyone should see my son as a weak and degenerate playboy who could be defeated by an evil servant!
To all of them he exclaimed, `The EOKA playboy -- he thinks he'll be president.
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