Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Excessively fond of women.
- adj. obsolete Fond of women
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. rare Fond of woman.
- Latin mulier, woman (Wiktionary)
“To Mr. Middleton's surprise, the lady immediately quieted at the words of the mulierose man and instead of berating him, coughed nervously and hung her head sheepishly.”
“With a roar, the mulierose man launched himself at Mr. Middleton, who dexterously stepping aside, had the satisfaction of seeing his assailant slip and fall on the wet sidewalk.”
“I haven't," said the mulierose man with the utmost composure.”
“Mr. Middleton was at his wit's end to supply a hypothesis to answer why the mulierose man, from being a criminal and object of the lady's just wrath, should suddenly have become an inquisitor, sitting in judgment upon her conduct.”
“There, with his face buried in his hands, seated on a roll of carpeting with a tack hammer and saucer of tacks at his side, sat the mulierose man!”
“The good-looking waitress invited Mr. Middleton to sit at ease by a table in a rear part of the room, where lolling on the opposite side, with charming unconsciousness she let her hand lie stretched more than half across the board, a rampart of crumpled newspapers concealing it from the view of the eighth guest of the mulierose man.”
“Her voice rose to a shriek, and at the sound a woman's head popped out of the window above and the mulierose man came running to the door.”
“At the house whence the mulierose man had issued, a very unprepossessing old woman, with a teapot in her right hand, was opening the front door to admit a large yellow cat whom she addressed as "Mahoney," an appellation which, while not infrequently the family name of persons of Irish birth or descent, is of very seldom application to members of the domestic cat tribe, Felis cattus.”
“The mulierose man and he had exchanged hats at the restaurant.”
“Well then, dame, mulierose -- that means wrapped up, body and soul, in women.”
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