Related (6): flirt, playboy, seducer, Lothario, casanova, philanderer
[ˈwo͝oməˌnīzər] ✕ Play
womanizer (noun) · womanizers (plural noun) · womaniser (noun) · womanisers (plural noun)
- a man who engages in numerous casual sexual affairs with women:
"Womanizer" Example Sentences
Common Phasesnot use derogatory phrases.
1. He's such a womanizer; he can't keep his hands to himself.
2. She was warned about him being a womanizer, but she didn't listen.
3. It's sad that some men still think being a womanizer is attractive.
4. I don't want to be around him; he gives off a womanizer vibe.
5. Being a womanizer is not something to brag about; it's disrespectful and harmful.
6. She realized too late that he was nothing but a womanizer and a player.
7. He may have a lot of girlfriends, but that doesn't make him a womanizer; it's his treatment of them that does.
8. She's afraid to date him because she's heard he's a womanizer and doesn't want to be another one of his conquests.
9. He thinks being a womanizer makes him a man, but it only shows his immaturity.
10. She's not interested in him because he's a known womanizer and she's looking for something more serious.
› Womanizer [ˈwo͝oməˌnīzər] ✕ Play
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› Armada [ärˈmädə] ✕ Play
› Muzzle [ˈməz(ə)l] ✕ Play
› Sponsor [ˈspänsər]
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› Addendums [əˈdendəm]
› Swank [swaNGk] ✕ Play
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› As [ā] ✕ Play
› Uteruses [ˈyo͞odərəs]
› Multiply [ˈməltəp(ə)lē] ✕ Play
› Magnetises [ˈmaɡnəˌtīz] ✕ Play
› Workmen [ˈwərkmən] ✕ Play
› Scaffolder [ˈskafəld] ✕ Play
› Patronized [ˈpātrəˌnīz, ˈpatrəˌnīz] ✕ Play
› Presupposed [ˌprēsəˈpōz] ✕ Play
› Salt [sôlt, sält] ✕ Play
› Subjectivism [səbˈjektəˌvizəm] ✕ Play
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