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  • adj. philandering


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  • I mean I am not sitting here focusing on whitewater, Bill's philanderous nature, her working for the board of wal-mart, her being a former Republican, or her ties to Marc Rich etc.

    Hillary On The Morning Shows: Surprised By Photo Of Her And Rezko

  • Monkey far from suggesting the habits of a Monk is a roystering, philanderous old rounder that would disgrace a heathen temple, much less adorn a Monastery.

    The Autobiography of Methuselah

  • He thinks he's in control of his philanderous situation -- until the teenager insists upon moving in with him and his wife.

    Vimeo / Recent Public Videos

  • On the one hand he’s always been a gold-medal boyfriend, chivalrous, demonstrative, and spontaneous—up for all sorts of adventures, mostly in restaurants—but on the other he’s also always been disturbingly, almost abusively noncommittal and philanderous, a scratchy-tongued lion the girlfriend is thrown to, and no one’s ever lasted long enough to work herself into a position of intimacy, plumbing whatever depths there may be to plumb.

    Freud’s Blind Spot


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