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  • n. Plural form of homewrecker.

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Examples

  • Last week, Rimes — who has filed a cease-and-desist notice, accusing Glanville of defamation of character — told PEOPLE that she is disturbed by people who brand she and Eddie “homewreckers.”

    Eddie Cibrian Divorcing Wife Brandi Glanville

  • I'm gonna talk myself into trouble here, but perhaps contemporary mores still disapprove of mistresses - royal homewreckers, after all.

    Mistress of the Sun, by Sandra Gulland. Book review

  • The provincial vs. cosmopolitan thing is done perfectly, especially when we get down to matters of who should be blamed for infidelity—men and their "needs" or women who may be "homewreckers"?

    Nick Mamatas' Journal

  • There are homewreckers of both genders and all orientations.

    Marriage

  • Describing the ‘family values’ party as homewreckers and heartless orphan makers will do more damage to them than any amount of screaming about Aliens and Lawn Order.

    Firedoglake » Monday News Round-Up

  • Nick-Backs adds that parents with ugly children sorry again Mom and Dad allow their homely-homewreckers to wander further away from them while shopping, sometimes over a distance of 10 feet or more.

    Archive 2005-05-01

  • Seems to me like it plays on the sexist stereotype of women as slutty homewreckers when no one put a gun to Pitt's head to cheat on Aniston.

    E! Online (US) - Top Stories

  • Beautiful handmade cotton wedding dress and San Antonio Fiesta, Texas Cheaters on 'Cheaters' to be cast as homewreckers; Bombshell and Jamie, that's you Bisexual politician Gregg Kravitz is 'only pretending to be bisexual,' charges opponent

    Examiner California Headlines

  • David Forsmark's response to my recent commentary about Maggie Gallagher's war on homewreckers is dominated by straw man arguments, distortions, and smears.

    David Horowitz Freedom Center

  • Or can homewreckers no longer be "vilified" at all?

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