- v have amorous affairs; of men
- v talk or behave amorously, without serious intentions
- He did not drink or philander; his first marriage ended in an amicable divorce after twelve years, and his second lasted until his death in 1965.
- The scene is the ruins of Athens, among which a few gods and goddesses still philander alongside the tourists.
- Since Hart was widely suspected of philandering, evidence that he actually did philander was admissible to the public debate.
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- Education fellow to study at UALR
Joseph L. Jones, founding executive director of the Social Justice Initiative at Philander Smith College and a 2013-14 American Council on Education Fellow, will spend his spring 2014 fellowship at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, the university said.
Aug. 17, 2013 - Arkansas Democrat-Gazette