Casanova


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Synonyms for Casanova

a man amorously attentive to women

Synonyms for Casanova

an Italian adventurer who wrote vivid accounts of his sexual encounters (1725-1798)

any man noted for his amorous adventures

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Giovanni Giacomo Casanova, born in Venice in 1725, was thought to have seduced hundreds of women.
The scene depicting a crowd's universal and uncontrollable sexual arousal after hearing Casanova's violin solo is one that should have you chortling into your programmes.
A native Texan, Casanova is an accredited insurance producer and is currently pursuing his Certified Insurance Counselor designation.
Casanova, Parodi says, was a great thinker, writer and philosopher who has unjustly gone down in history as a great seducer of women.
Tindall shows us that Casanova was more than a sex addict; he was an amateur physician, gambler, violinist, trainee cleric and writer, whose autobiography is noted for being a fascinating account of 18th-century life.
Palabras clave: Sofia Casanova, Primera Guerra Mundial, Espana, periodismo, patriotismo, Sigmund Freud, Rosa Luxemburg, genero
Representing the Western Hemisphere are region heads Pascal Casanova, North America, and Oliver Osswald, Central & South America.
"Can we allow the government to be paralyzed in case a disaster strikes Manila?" Arnel Casanova, president of the Bases Conversion and Development Authority or BCDA, said in an interview.
UO athletics officials announced plans in September for a 29,000-square-foot "enhancement" of the Casanova Center building on Leo Harris Parkway, next to Autzen Stadium.
FELLINI'S CASANOVA 18, 148mins A beautifully restored version of Federico Fellini's 1976 film, a dark and at times enthralling story of legendary womaniser Giacomo Casanova (Donald Sutherland), presented here as a sad figure, struggling to gain respect as a scholar while living up to his reputation.
Her impromptu performances impressed other fledgling stars at the club, and with encouragement from city promoter Sam Leach, she booked her first gig at the Casanova Club on London Road - performing as "Swinging Cilla".