Origin of philander
OTHER WORDS FROM philanderphi·lan·der·er, noun
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How to use philander in a sentence
"I—ah—thought it would not be—ah—quite appropriate," lisped William Philander.The Rover Boys on the Farm|Arthur M. Winfield (AKA Edward Stratemeyer)
If she had no disposition to philander what was his warrant for supposing she could be corrupted into respectability?The Tragic Muse|Henry James
John looks at Philander and the latter nods, for it all seems clear and above board.
His assurance carries the day; the man backs down and allows Philander a passage.
You noticed how she stared at you and asked your name; why, it didn't matter if a dozen Philander Sharpe were near by.