man-about-town


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Noun1.man-about-town - a man devoted to the pursuit of pleasureman-about-town - a man devoted to the pursuit of pleasure
hedonist, pleasure seeker, pagan - someone motivated by desires for sensual pleasures
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Mr Selfridge ITV, 9pm Life has been tough for Harry Selfridge (Jeremy Piven) recently, but the man-about-town is easily distracted by the charms of Rosie Dolly.
Sydney, September 25 ( ANI ): Shane Warne, who is best known for his cricketing prowess, completed his transformation from beer-swilling bogan to man-about-town metrosexual when he sat front row with fiancee Elizabeth Hurley at the Roberto Cavalli show during Milan Fashion Week.
To overtake Lady GaGa as the world's Number One Twit" - Man-about-town and broadcaster Piers Morgan's New Year resolution.
This first full-length biography of British Colonel John Henry Patterson (1867-1947) describes the man as a blend of seven identities: Irish-born soldier, lion hunter, bridge builder, East African game warden, author, man-about-town, and Zionist.
A FEISTY exchange between former James Bond girl Britt Ekland and Birmingham's very own special agent, man-about-town John James, raised the temperature during the Swedish film star's visit to the Hotel Du Vin.