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  • Rufino's mother, Doña Zaida, encouraged her sons' philandering.†   (source)
  • A philanderer thinks everyone else is philandering.†   (source)
  • The doctor must have told her that Deo might have AIDS, and Sharon must be thinking the same -- that he had been a philanderer back in Africa, where AIDS was mainly a heterosexual disease, or that he had been selling himself to men here in New York.†   (source)
  • The president's philandering aside, unquestionably the biggest change between the Kennedy and Eisenhower administrations is in the lady of the house.†   (source)
  • For instance, suppose Mr. McAllister hadn't got mad and called off the wedding, and Miss Love had married him despite his reputation for philandering.†   (source)
  • It would not be the greatest sin to take a man who was perhaps a little coarse, or not of her social station, or who would leave her later, or philander, or die before he departed the mountains.†   (source)
  • But the disease was not punishment enough for her nocturnal philandering.†   (source)
  • How a philanderer like you could sit in judgment on me, I'll never understand!†   (source)
  • Perhaps worst of all, however, Aristotle Onassis is a known philanderer.†   (source)
  • A philanderer thinks everyone else is philandering.†   (source)
  • Those charges came at a time when Lawford had lost his acting career to philandering, drinking, and drugs—and remain unproven.†   (source)
  • If you had even pretended to be a forgiving Christian gentleman, I'd now be the lonely wife of a rich, stuck-up philanderer.†   (source)
  • In fact, the Washington bureau chief for Newsweek, Ben Bradlee, a very close friend of the president's, will forever claim to know nothing about JFK's philandering.†   (source)
  • JFK has long been aware that revelations about his philandering would ruin not only that carefully burnished image of him as a family man but also his political future.†   (source)
  • And all because of a bit of minor philandering.†   (source)
  • And don't you go off philandering with those other girls, because I'm mighty jealous," came the incredible words from red lips with a dimple on each side; and briskly black lashes swept demurely over green eyes.†   (source)
  • He was completely cured of philandering amongst the lower classes.†   (source)
  • May you not have been philandering a little also, Monsieur Bonacieux?†   (source)
  • The upper-class clubs, concerning which he had pumped a reluctant graduate during the previous summer, excited his curiosity: Ivy, detached and breathlessly aristocratic; Cottage, an impressive milange of brilliant adventurers and well-dressed philanderers; Tiger Inn, broad-shouldered and athletic, vitalized by an honest elaboration of prep-school standards; Cap and Gown, anti-alcoholic, faintly religious and politically powerful; flamboyant Colonial; literary Quadrangle; and the dozen…†   (source)
  • I don't approve of the present fashion of philandering bachelors and late marriages; and I am trying to arrange something for you.†   (source)
  • And as they made their way home, he began to recite Latin verses with an Italian accent, but broke off when he saw a young girl approaching—a daughter of the town, it appeared, and not an especially pretty one—and switched with a smile to a philanderer's tune.†   (source)
  • But in Archer's little world no one laughed at a wife deceived, and a certain measure of contempt was attached to men who continued their philandering after marriage.†   (source)
  • We should erect a statue out here somewhere, a scarecrow divinity who will skewer anyone philandering about between two and four.†   (source)
  • But we mustn't stand philandering here.†   (source)
  • Though, Farfrae, between you and me, as man and man, I solemnly declare that philandering with womankind has neither been my vice nor my virtue.†   (source)
  • It's fun to watch other people philander, but I should feel like a fool doing it myself," said Jo, looking alarmed at the thought.†   (source)
  • It serves me right! what business had I to put on all my best things and come philandering down here, hoping to see the Professor?†   (source)
  • But Jo hated 'philandering', and wouldn't allow it, always having a joke or a smile ready at the least sign of impending danger.†   (source)
  • Is this his reward—to turn around at the age of sixty-three and find his sons, who he loved better than his life, one a philandering bum— HAPPY: Mom!†   (source)
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