Don Juan

  1. any successful womanizer (after the legendary profligate Spanish nobleman)
  2. a legendary Spanish nobleman and philanderer who became the hero of many poems and plays and operas
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  • Christie's Images The Francisco Goya portrait of Don Juan López de Robredo, the embroiderer to King Carlos IV of Spain, is estimated at £4 million-£6 million. Renewed Interest in the Old
  • This process is naturally the opposite of that employed by the forgetful Don Juan, the master figure of our sexually licentious age.
  • She does not succeed in persuasively outing the Don Juan / Superman with his diabolical red beard and Jaeger wool suits.
  • The defiers, or better still the self-defiers, include Lucifer, Don Juan, Prometheus.
  • Don Juan, the shamanic teacher of Carlos Castaneda, expressed the Spider Woman world view when he described the silver filaments that extend from everyone's solar plexus and reach out to join the silver filaments of everyone else's cord, creating a vibrant living web of connection. Donna Henes: Connecting To The World Wide Web Of Life
  • Let us be like that famous Don Juan of the animal kingdom, the ten-hearted earthworm, and cultivate as many loves as our biology (or clockworks) will allow - then secrete a viscid egg sac into our clitellum and slide that junk right off our segmented, slithery body. Wondermark
  • Some excerpts from a Renaissance mass are spatchcocked into Gluck's pallid Don Juan music.
  • Take a look at the similarities to this barb from Byron's famous poem "Don Juan" wherein he rips fellow poet Robert Southey (whose name he rhymes with "mouthy") by following up a Southey quote with: John Lundberg: The 2008 Election in Verse
  • Don Juan asserted confidently that he had the firm support of numerous followers.
  • Alguna más duradera Give me some certainty señal dame, que segura a sign to prove, no less, me pruebe que no es locura that this is not the madness lo que imagina mi afán, of an imaginative man para que baje don Juan so that Don Juan tranquilo a la sepultura. may go calm to death's caress. Don Juan Tenorio
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