lady killer

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lady killer

A charming man who has a reputation for seducing many women. I wouldn't date Dan if I were you. Word on the street is that he's a real lady killer.
See also: killer, lady

lady-killer

n. a man who is very successful with women. Bruno is anything but a lady killer.
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In Tori Telfer's nonfiction account of history's most infamous female murderers, Lady Killers, she remarks, "There's something so seductive about the word 'murderess.' It's mostly that serpentine double "s" at the end that gives the term its poisonous charm." That collection looks at the way society writes off the possibility of females as murderers, maniacs, monsters.
3 Which English actor died in August 2000, and was famed for his roles in The Lady Killers and Kind Hearts and Coronets?
* Lady Killers -- Deadly Women Throughout History: 7:30-9 p.m.
He said the boys, Brooklyn, 14, Romeo, 11, and eight-year-old Cruz, are all good-looking, they are all polite, they are all very fun-loving, and so he thinks they're all gonna be 'lady killers', the Daily Star reported.
The Lady Killers is a dark comedy full of mystery and suspense, focusing on a game of romantic conquest gone wrong.
The producers are filmmaker Barry Ryan, of This Is England and Tyrannosaur fame, and world famous crime author Martina Cole, whose TV series The Take and Lady Killers were big hits.
She will now be just a prison number among the 56 women doing their time at Ash House where she will join nine other women dubbed the "lady killers".
Other bands performing on the day include The Lady Killers, The Merseycats, The Paul Kappa Band, Alternative Radio and a number of new artists from the Threshold Festival.
I loved the opportunity to do Lady Killers and Girl Gangs, and it was fantastic to see The Take on TV and Two Women on the stage.
I'll also be looking out for Martina Cole's Lady Killers (Wednesday, STV, 9pm) when the crime writer looks behind the headlines at infamous names, starting with Moors murderer Myra Hindley.
Remember the classic movie "Lady Killers" starring Sir Alec Guinness and Peter Sellers.
AFTER misfiring badly with their Yankee'd-up remake of Ealing comedy classic The Lady killers, the Coen Brothers are back doing what they do best.
But with the latest rash of lady killers on screen (certainly, in some ways, a step up for women who are actors, if no one else) I've become all too aware that, as I sit in the theatre full of--well, the general public--that what's being celebrated is about as traditional as the male seer/female seen relation ship gets.
Two conniving, twentysomething hucksters (Will Friedle, Chris Owen) wed a couple of even more conniving, sixtyish spinster sisters (Louise Lasser, Renee Taylor) in Gary Preisler's woefully strained black comedy "Lady Killers," a movie that strives for "Quadruple Indemnity" but ends up proving the law of inverse proportions.
Leslie himself became famous for playing super-smoothies, charming cads and stylish lady killers in countless Carry On and Doctor movies.