The governor was denounced by Kristol as an “irresponsible” panderer lacking foreign policy “seriousness.”
Of late, opponents and reporters have called Romney a panderer and worse.
"panderer" is not a pretty thing to be called, but the pleasant Messrs. Hilkovitz and Berger swallow it.
She then undressed the body, placed it naturally in bed, and went out to look for "her Billy," her paramour and panderer in vice.
But your friend, your accomplice, your panderer—the coward who represents you—shall pay for your crime.
With this sort of despite I was sufficiently inspired, extending equally to the patron and the panderer.
"arranger of sexual liaisons, one who supplies another with the means of gratifying lust," 1520s, "procurer, pimp," from Middle English Pandare (late 14c.), used by Chaucer ("Troylus and Cryseyde"), who borrowed it from Boccaccio (who had it in Italian form Pandaro in "Filostrato") as name of the prince (Greek Pandaros), who procured the love of Cressida (his niece in Chaucer, his cousin in Boccaccio) for Troilus. The story and the name are medieval inventions. Spelling influenced by agent suffix -er.
"to indulge (another), to minister to base passions," c.1600, from pander (n.). Related: Pandered; pandering.
Pander Pan·der (pän'dər), Christian Heinrich. 1794-1865.
Russian-born German anatomist and pioneer embryologist. With Karl Ernst von Baer he discovered the distinct structural layers of the chick embryo.