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womanizing or womanising (British) (ˈwʊməˌnaɪzɪŋ)

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noun

  1. (pejorative) philandering

womanizing or womanising (British) (ˈwʊməˌnaɪzɪŋ)

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adjective

  1. (pejorative) philandering

womanize or womanise (ˈwʊməˌnaɪz Pronunciation for )

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verb

  1. (intransitive) (of a man) to indulge in many casual affairs with women; philander
  2. (transitive) to make effeminate

Derived Forms

ˈwomanˌizer, ˈwomanˌiser noun
ˈwomanˌizing, ˈwomanˌising noun, adjective

Example Sentences Including 'womanizing'

Her day on the rack after she'd been told of Voss's womanizing came back to her.
Robert Wilson THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
His drinking and womanizing had made him a very unreliable performer both on stage and off.
Low, Ona To His Just Desserts
His trumpet playing may have been stunning but he was a womanizing , untrustworthy junkie for most of his creative career.
Edmonton Sun (2003)
Hope disapproved of Crosby's drinking, Crosby of Hope's womanizing.
Globe and Mail (2003)
There was his womanizing , the drugs, the pointlessness of it all and, above all, there was the violence.
Williams, John Bloody Valentine, A Killing in Cardiff
`That you leave Captain Voss to his womanizing and concentrate on your job.
Robert Wilson THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)

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