adulterer adulterer  /ə ˈdəltərER0/


  • (n) someone who commits adultery or fornication


  1. Martin portrays Harry as a reluctant adulterer, consumed with Presbyterian guilt, who sought from other women the kind of feminine solace Clare could not or would not give.
  2. I opened my home to her as a friend, and I find it extremely hurtful that I am now being referred to as an adulterer.
  3. Among other juicy tidbits, you'll learn that Grover Cleveland had an illegitimate son and that Andrew Jackson's opponents dubbed his wife an adulterer and his mother a prostitute.


  1. Why Prostitutes Aren't Enough to Deprive the World of Eliot Spitzer

    Back in April, I proclaimed the “death of the political sex scandal,” after former South Carolina Governor, and noted adulterer, Mark Sanford won the Republican primary for a special House election (he went on to defeat Democrat Elizabeth Colbert Busch to win the seat).
    on July 8, 2013     Source: BusinessWeek

  2. She wants time with dad, but not including his wife

    Q: I'M A woman in my 30s. My dad recently married a woman who is very annoying and known to be dishonest, an adulterer and aggressively disrespectful to our religion. People in and outside the family are shocked, but my dad thinks she's "incredible."
    on July 5, 2013     Source:


  1. "It is a sad day when an icon like Barbara Walters, in the sunset of her life, is reduced to publicly branding herself as an adulterer, humiliating an innocent family with accounts of her illicit affair and speaking negatively against me all for the...
    on May 7, 2008 By: Star Jones Source: USA Today

  2. "Killing an adulterer, even if he is a Muslim is okay. Killing a Kaffir (infidel) who is fighting you is okay. Killing a Kaffir for any reason you can say it is okay even if there is no reason for it," the jury heard Hamza say in a video of his...
    on Jan 13, 2006 By: Abu Hamza Source:

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