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a man who likes many women and has short sexual relationships with them

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In 2008, rumours were abuzz that the two had spent their Christmas break together after winding up the Womanizer video.
She said: "Mark asked me for something no one had heard to play on his show and Womanizer was the only song I had on my Blackberry and I couldn't get home to send him anything else in time.
But she has bounced back, winning three MTV awards, and Womanizer is set to send her back to the top of the charts.
Gail is the original and superbly written story of low-life womanizer Tony Jackson.
Beauford is also the author of three novels, including The Womanizer (Morton Books, 2000), The Year Jerry Garcia Died (Morton Books, 2001) and a collection of essays.
Catholic League president Bill Donohue commented on NBC's portrayal: "The father dabbles in drugs, the wife is a boozer, the daughter is a dope dealer, one son is a homosexual, the other son is a womanizer, the sister-in-law is a bisexual, the brother-in-law is a thief, and the father's father is an adulterer.
But the heavenly abode of Lady Luna is also haunted by Greek mythology's Orion, a great womanizer and fierce hunter who freed the island of Chins of its wild beasts.
Indeed, the main reason JFK continues to command attention is that his various identities seem both inexhaustible and incompatible, to champion and detractor alike: bootlegger's son, Harvard man, World War II hero, feckless junior senator, cutthroat politician, civil rights champion, Cold Warrior, liberal, tax-cutter, Rat Packer, family man, womanizer, martyr--the list is virtually endless.
Besides his reputation as a masterful womanizer, Casanova, the eighteenth-century Italian seducer, was known for his lifelong battle with syphilis.
Scathingly argumentative, a womanizer, a chronic saboteur of his own career, Guthrie was a guy who in the middle of an evening at home could head for the door with the words, OK, I'm off.
Abandoned, deserted, betrayed, cursing and wishing him damned, damned, burning in hell, ladies' man, womanizer, who lied in the crib to his mother
Stern asked him what he makes of Perry dating Mayer, adding that she should know that the singer is a worse womanizer than Brand, Us magazine reported.
BACK in the headlines for miming on X Factor and baring her soul, the fallen pop princess defies expectation with a comeback album that restores some credibility, both glam strut Womanizer and electropop romp Mannequin suggesting she can still compete with Kylie, Christina and Madonna.
The Womanizer star has been taking a good look in the mirror.
The Womanizer singer, who was hospitalised twice this year, has revealed throwing herself into work helped get her life back on track.