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skirt chaser

Someone, typically a man, who very actively, persistently, and/or aggressively pursues sexual relations with women. After my brother's girlfriend broke up with him, he started drinking heavily and turned into quite a skirt chaser.
See also: chaser, skirt

bit of skirt

1. A physically attractive woman. Primarily heard in UK, Australia. Jack knew he was the envy of all of his friends as he paraded around town with his new bit of skirt.
2. A derogatory term used to describe a woman who lacks value beyond being physically attractive. Primarily heard in UK, Australia. I can't believe my ex-boyfriend went out with that bit of skirt!
See also: bit, of, skirt

skirt around someone or something

Fig. to move around and avoid someone or something. (something can be a topic of conversation.) We talked the whole evening and managed to skirt around Fred. We had to skirt around the subject.
See also: around, skirt

a bit of fluff/skirt

  (British & Australian old-fashioned, very informal)
a sexually attractive woman Who was that nice bit of skirt I saw you with last night?
See also: bit, fluff, of


n. a woman. Some skirt comes up to me and asks where the police station is.
References in classic literature ?
allow me," said the maid, who on her knees was pulling the skirt straight and shifting the pins from one side of her mouth to the other with her tongue.
I'll arrange it," and she rushed forward so that the maids who were tacking up her skirt could not move fast enough and a piece of gauze was torn off.
But the unfortunate trade wind again fluttered her skirt, and again he backed away--not so far, this time, with much less of a bristle of his neck and shoulder hair, and with no more of a snarl than a mere half-baring of his fangs.
He wants to come to you, but the skirt keeps him away.
I feel very odd and light, but I'm warm as a toast, and nothing seems to be in my way," answered Rose, with a skip which displayed shapely gaiters on legs that now might be as free and active as a boy's under the modest skirts of the girl.
Here long ago the girls of Sou, the darlings of the King, Dabbled their shining skirts with dew from the gracious blooms of Spring.
There is something artful about her skirts by which I always know her, though I can't say what it is.
If she has a way with her skirts that always advertises me of her presence, quite possibly she is as cunning with jackets.
The orchestra of yellow silk women and bald-headed men gave vent to a few bars of anticipatory music and a girl, in a pink dress with short skirts, galloped upon the stage.
It was patent that any one of them would have proved adequate for the purpose for which skirts are intended.
The emphasis was helped by the speaker's hair, which bristled on the skirts of his bald head, a plantation of firs to keep the wind from its shining surface, all covered with knobs, like the crust of a plum pie, as if the head had scarcely warehouse-room for the hard facts stored inside.
Black stretch skirt, PS29 by Principles @ Debenhams WHEN Helen Mirren off her knees on TV, a flurry of were directed at icon for older Some people sa" to Helen for ditching at the age of 69.
uk; skirt, [euro]94, Coast; clutch bag, [euro]42, Accessorize; shoes, [euro]135, French Connection Top, [euro]60, and skirt, [euro]89, Monsoon; necklace, [euro]35, Marks & Spencer; shoes, [euro]70, River Island Top, [euro]60, and skirt, [euro]89, Monsoon; necklace, [euro]35, Marks & Spencer; shoes, [euro]70, River Island The A-line is the skirt of the season.
Satvinder Kaur had informed DSGMC that she purchased one skirt bearing the brand name of Tarun Tahiliani at a cost of ` 9,900 from his shop at Emporio Mall in Vasant Kunj.