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  • n. Plural form of philander.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of philander.


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  • Samson philanders with Delila, and discovers that his strength is shorn from him.

    Henrik Ibsen

  • Because philanders always want to hold the former mistresses new love child?

    CNN Transcript Aug 11, 2008

  • In those lines Pollitt deals only with the psychological reasons why women stay with philanders.

    2007 October 16 « One-Minute Book Reviews

  • Also, since Republicans posed as the "family values" party while various Repubs were revealed as philanders after posing for Holy Pictures.

    "Rudy's New Shag Fund Explanation!"

  • I mean that she is clever and very rich, and philanders with philanthropy.

    Hollyhock A Spirit of Mischief

  • Regardless, though, the funny thing about most philanders is that-besides often being creepy, which is probably indicative of larger issues-they have really shitty taste.


  • Maybe Don philanders because he is drawn to voices like Anna's to get away from the tones that surround him at home & work.


  • Tiger Woods is considered one of the greatest athletes in all of sports, so why should it come as a surprise that he philanders like a champ, too?

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  • Henry philanders, of course, remarking to a prospective mistress that "the only Hell is the one we make for ourselves on this earth.

    Alison Weir's "Captive Queen," a novel about Eleanor of Aquitaine


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