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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwomanizerwom‧an‧izer (also womaniser British English) /ˈwʊmənaɪzə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  SYSEX/HAVE SEX WITHa man who has sexual relationships with many different women – used to show disapprovalman-eaterwomanize verb [intransitive]womanizing noun [uncountable]
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womanizerA bit of a shady character, and a womanizer.He had a local reputation as a sportsman and a strong man, and also as a womanizer.Later, when the Cruikshanks came out, he said, as they walked towards us, Barber's a womanizer.BClinton, the acknowledged womanizer, can not separate himself from Johnson as a sort of political primitive.Crowley was colourful, eccentric, flamboyant, and deliberately shocking, always a keen adventurer and womanizer.They knew he had his own sense of rough justice, and that he was a forty-five-year-old, well-known womanizer.But no one has suggest that Modigliani, the womanizer, was ever unfaithful to her.
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