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tomcat

1. noun A promiscuous, sexually active man. He had a reputation during college as something of a tomcat, always on the prowl for someone to sleep with. I'm not some tomcat, Jane. I'm looking for real and lasting love.
2. verb Of a man, to be active with or pursue many different sexual partners. I did enough tomcatting when I was younger. I'm ready to settle down and start a family now. He's ruined plenty of potential relationships with the way he tomcats around.
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tomcat

1. n. a sexually active male; a stud. Old Fred’s getting to be quite a tomcat.
2. in. [for a man] to prowl around searching for sex. Harry was out tomcatting again last night.
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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