Now the monarch, 74, has been exposed as a philanderer after he fell and broke his hip during a $52,000 African safari.
There is no way in heaven or earth that he is a philanderer (Cain).
A staunch traditionalist at home, Ahmad is also a liberal in politics and a nighttime philanderer.
In fact, however, Henry was more of a serial monogamist than a philanderer.
The fourteenth man was Bayard, who belongs to a very exasperating type of philanderer.
In one of his plays—The philanderer—a certain character has five or six natures.
A vision of his antitype, the Cowes philanderer, crossed me for a second.
His "The philanderer" was published before a theater would accept it.
We did think that Master Charles, who was distinctly by way of being a philanderer, mightn't perhaps run quite straight.
There is no twopenny modernism in it, as in The philanderer.
1737, from the noun meaning "a lover" (1700), from Philander, popular name for a lover in stories, drama, and poetry, from Greek adjective philandros "with love for people," perhaps mistaken as meaning "a loving man," from phil- "loving" (see philo-) + andr-, stem of aner "man" (see anthropo-). Related: Philandered; philandering.