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a·dul·ter·er

 (ə-dŭl′tər-ər)
n.
One who commits adultery.
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adulterer

(əˈdʌltərə)
n
a person who has committed adultery
[C16: originally also adulter, from Latin adulter, back formation from adulterāre to adulterate]
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a•dul•ter•er

(əˈdʌl tər ər)

n.
one who commits adultery.
[1350–1400]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.adulterer - someone who commits adultery or fornicationadulterer - someone who commits adultery or fornication
debauchee, libertine, rounder - a dissolute person; usually a man who is morally unrestrained
wencher - someone who patronizes prostitutes
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adulterer

adulteress
noun cheat (informal), love rat (Journalistic slang), love cheat (Journalistic slang), fornicator He was portrayed as an adulterer and a vain fool.
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Translations
cizoložník
preljubnicapreljubnik

adulterer

[əˈdʌltərəʳ] Nadúltero m
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adulterer

[əˈdʌltərər] nadultère mf
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adulterer

nEhebrecher m
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adulterer

[əˈdʌltərəʳ] nadultero
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References in classic literature ?
We see the thief preaching against theft, and the adulterer against adultery.
In their gamesome but still serious way, one whispers to the other --"Jack, he's robbed a widow;" or,"Joe, do you mark him; he's a bigamist;" or,"Harry lad, I guess he's the adulterer that broke jail in old Gomorrah, or belike, one of the missing murderers from Sodom." Another runs to read the bill that's stuck against the spile upon the wharf to which the ship is moored, offering five hundred gold coins for the apprehension of a parricide, and containing a description of his person.
I am an adulterer, a murderer, a blasphemer, and a deceiver.'
Former Australian rugby star Israel Folau, inset, lost his [euro]2.5million contract after claiming hell awaits "drunks, homosexuals, adulterers" and others, which effectively condemns most of us to damnation.
DG KPFA, Riaz Mehsud has assured masses that authority is fully active and is taking action against adulterers without any discrimination.
The postal data of adulterers on the site is mapped against the adult population of each town, giving an overall percentage of cheating adults, along with each town's overall number of adulterers.
According to the monthly performance report, during a crackdown against profiteers and food adulterers, the department has imposed a fine of Rs237,500 on 239 shopkeepers for selling substandard items in Abbottabad.
The statistics were compiled by mapping the postal data of adulterers on IllicitEncounters.com.
The Infidelity Index compiled the most adulterous areas in the country by mapping the postal data of adulterers on IllicitEncounters.com, a dating website for married people, against each location's adult population.
The Infidelity Index compiled the most adulterous towns in the country by mapping the postal data of adulterers onIllicitEncounters.com, a dating website for married people, against each location's adult population.
Excuses like "I was drunk" and "It just happened" may be cliche but they did come out as legitimate reasoning for 70 percent adulterers.
Pictures with the likes of Muqada-al-Sadr whose organisation killed 70 uk soldiers, Ibraham Hewitt who states "Female adulterers should be stoned to death" and of course Muusa Abu Maria, leader of the terror group The Palestinian Islamic Jihad.