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man-about-town (plural men-about-town)

  1. Alternative spelling of man about town (A worldly, social man.)
    • no date, David McDuff, translator, Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Crime and Punishment, 2003 Penguin Classics edition, →ISBN, page 61,
      The man-about-town began to follow her, but along the other side of the boulevard, keeping his eyes trained on her.