American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A man who is devoted to the pursuit of pleasurable activities.
- n. A man who does not work, but devotes himself to a life of pleasure, often sexual, without commitments or responsibilities.
- n. a man devoted to the pursuit of pleasure
“Seth Rogen stars as the title playboy-turned-superhero, based on the 1930s radio show, with Taiwanese pop star Jay Chou as his sidekick, Kato.”
“Seth Rogen stars as the title playboy-turned-superhero, based on the 1930s radio show, with Taiwanese pop star Jay”
“(link) Turning Jonathan into a playboy is akin to turning Faramir into an attention-seeking, insecure guy who'd turn Frodo in to Daddy to gain approval.”
“You won't find me watching Howard's End, The Remains of the Day or any of that pap, either, but yet I'm not on those movies comments talking smack about them, they're just not my cup of tea ... josh she needs to be in playboy alan second that”
“To be honest the only reason I like her is because I want Heff to offer her a million "cause she likes money" to be in playboy, "That will give her national attention" and all the men who are dying to see it can.”
“In the meantime, she begins dating another guy, who's sweet and caring and horribly bland, and life becomes good for her even as the playboy is miserable because all of these gorgeous models aren't nearly as wonderful as the woman he left behind.”
“He was known as a playboy partial to purple scarves, chic nightclubs and beautiful women.”
““I object to my leader being called a playboy!” he complained.”
“Best known as a playboy who fathered two children out of wedlock, he inherited the tiny principality that is just about the size of New York City's Central Park in 2005, after his father died.”
“In later years, the man once known as a playboy prince preferred the latter title.”
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