cradle snatcher

cradle snatcher

n
informal someone who marries or has an affair with a much younger person
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cradle snatcher

[ˈkreɪdlˈsnætʃəʳ] n (pej) → chi se la fa con quelli/e più giovani
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Anyone who calls me a golddigger or Willie a cradle snatcher are shallow and narrowminded," she says.
Perito added this innocent girl must have looked at the respondent being a good popular singer yet, "this (Aguilar) cradle snatcher wants to take advantage on the adulation of the child by pretending to be loving her and allegedly marrying her later.
TREACHERY: Sultry Ella locks lips with her daughter's bloke, Adam CAUGHT: Pair's affair revealed DEVOTED: Corrinne with Tom and as Dr Thompson Cradle snatcher Emmerale cougar Ella shares a tender moment between the sheets with Adam Barton, her daughter Mia's boyfriend STEAMY: Ella grabs Adam for a kiss
But ghastly cradle snatcher Ella with her too-close eyes has left him with very little choice.
Instead of leaving well enough alone and maturely accepting her fling for what it probably should remain, a wake-up call for her libido, Stella returns to Jamaica -- this time with son Quincy and niece Chantel (Sicily) in tow -- to discover that Winston is a rich boy whose proper mother bluntly accuses Stella of being a cradle snatcher.
I am seven years older than him so I am not a cradle snatcher.
Stewart adds: "Elaine had phone calls from people calling her a cradle snatcher and much worse.
He said she was a cradle snatcher and that he would get her locked up as wehad sex before I was 16.
He'll be thought a bit of a lad, but you'll be seen not only as slag, but a cradle snatcher.