Definitionlady's man :
1. A man who enjoys and attracts the company of women; an erotocrat.
SYNONYMS: belle boy; boomer; Casanova (casanova); Chief Boot Knocka; feminine heart pumper; gallant; God's gift to women; great lover; heartbreaker; heart breaker-upper; heart-crusher; heart-smasher; high-voltage sheik; hotcha; hot flame; king of clubs; knave of hearts; ladies' choice; ladies' cherce; lady-killer; ladybug; Lothario; lounge beetle; lounge lizard; love pirate; lover; man of affairs; parlor lizard; playboy; popular with the ladies; queener; Romeo; sheik; smooth operator; smoothie; spark; sparker; squaw man; sugar-cookie; supper-jet; tea-hound; thriller; wolf; woman's home companion; young blade; young buck.
SEE ALSO: philanderer.
(1) Carmen Navarro (Carmen Miranda) and her fiance Lionel Deveraux (Groucho Marx) in Copacabana (1947):
-- Carmen: ' Why are you always chasing women? '
-- Lionel: ' I'll tell you as soon as I catch one.'
(2) Capt. Henri Rochard (Cary Grant) and Lt. Catherine Gates (Ann Sheridan) speaking of her admirer in I Was a Male War Bride (1949):
-- Henri: ' I think he's stuck on you. What's the matter with him? '
-- Catherine: ' It's only natural that you wouldn't understand, Henri.'
-- Henri: ' It certainly is.'
-- Catherine: ' You see, you chase after anything in skirts, anything. They're all the same to you. But lots of men can tell them apart. Believe me, sometimes they find one they like better than the others. That's called love. You probably haven't experienced it but you must have read about it somewhere.'
(3) Capt. Henri Rochard (Cary Grant) and Lt. Catherine Gates (Ann Sheridan) speaking of her admirer in I Was a Male War Bride (1949):
-- Henri: ' Why did you say I run after everything in skirts? '
-- Catherine: ' I didn't.'
-- Henri: ' You did.'
-- Catherine: ' I said anything.'
-- Henri: ' American women! '
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