he-man he-man


  • (n) a man who is virile and sexually active



  1. From Paris bistros to Chicago saloons, he is known as a character--not the sallow, writing type with an indoor soul, but a literary he-man.
  2. One type of victim is the baffled he-man who is afraid of unleashing his own violence.
  3. The result is one of the finest action pictures since Actor Cooper and Director Henry Hathaway once before pooled their he-man talents in Lives of a Bengal Lancer.


  • Streets become open-air canvas for BuskerFest

    Mark Abbati came to a halt on the Grand Wayne Convention Center's floor as 4-year-old Samson Owens, dressed as a knee-high He-Man superhero, walked by with his family.
    on June 23, 2013     Source: Fort Wayne Journal Gazette


  1. "Dave was a perfect 10, shoot this guy was dead eye," Burris said with his usual smile. "If there was only one part he lacked in, he wasn't Schwarzenegger, he wasn't He-Man so he made up for it with his tenacity and his smarts."
    on Feb 4, 2009 By: Henry Burris Source: Toronto Star

  2. In the bit he was citing, Mr. Oswalt describes the menu at Black Angus as a gantlet of "angry food": "a 55-ounce he-man steak slab, served with a deep-fried punkin, stuffed with buttered scallops, 53 of our potato-bacon balls," and then "here...
    on Jun 23, 2007 By: Patton Oswalt Source: New York Times

  3. "Sometimes, I'd try to be a he-man and pick those ones up by myself," Dorsey says.
    on Oct 23, 2008 By: Dominique Dorsey Source: National Post

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