[ US /ˈwʊməˌnaɪz/ ]
  1. to give a (more) feminine, effeminate, or womanly quality or appearance to
    This hairdo feminizes the man
  2. have amorous affairs; of men
    He has been womanizing for years
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How To Use womanize In A Sentence

  • Kim was known as a womanizer, a drinker and a movie buff, according to those people who had been in close contact with him and later left the country. Thestar.com - Home Page
  • He is the sort of womaniser who never allows himself to stay in a relationship for too long, while she hasn't counted on being won over by his roguish charms.
  • Pushkin was a womaniser whose conquests included everyone from prostitutes to princesses.
  • Lovers come and go, often as far as the altar, but there is little indication of an addictive womaniser.
  • The Motown Sound" has left a legacy stretching over the past 50 years, even after the label moved from hometown Detroit to soulless L.A. 500th Womanizer Stories from The Sun
  • For starters, it has an unlikable protagonist, a man who lies, steals, womanizes, drinks, daydreams and generally epitomizes uselessness.
  • He's gone from the scared man grieving his family to an inveterate womanizer and back again.
  • At school I was quite the womaniser, sending and receiving Valentine's cards with the practised air of a seasoned gigolo.
  • She retired to bed for two decades, while the husband womanized.
  • A compulsive womaniser, adrenaline junkie and workaholic who would sacrifice anything for his career? The Sun
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