Definition of 'philanderer'
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Naturally enough, this description appealed: the portrait of a serial philanderer, who was `not dissolute, but very neat'.THE CALLIGRAPHER (2001)
`Gladstone is a fool and a philanderer, no doubt; but he is also a politician, Ned; and he has planted doubts in my mind!ANTI-ICE (2001)
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