man-about-town man-about-town


  • (n) a man devoted to the pursuit of pleasure



  1. Afraid to go home ahead of his bad news, he checks in at a cheap New York hotel; in the next 48 hours, he tries on a man-about-town role several sizes too large for him.
  2. Every woman, says the man-about-town, wants to be kissed.
  3. In Diary of a Victorian Dandy you made four elaborate photos of a day in the life of a 19th century man-about-town with yourself playing the man.


  • Does John Mayer's new single diss Taylor Swift?

    USA TODAY - Man-about-town John Mayer has released the first single from his upcoming album, and it's guaranteed to raise a slew of red flags among Taylor Swift fans.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: 9 News Denver


  • However, 1915 could be labelled a milestone year in Wodehouse's writings, when he created his two most popular characters: Bertie Wooster a "chinless wonder, a well-off young man-about-town and his servant called Jeeves; a brainy, omnipotent who...
    on Nov 11, 2006 By: Stephen Fry Source: Hindu

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