Examples of playboy in a Sentence
She was dating a rich American playboy who was seeing two other women at the same time.
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Matt Damon is shockingly convincing as the sinister yet sympathetic Tom Ripley, a quiet young man whose fixation with a spoiled millionaire playboy (Jude Law) and his wife (Gwyneth Paltrow) takes a dark turn.
In a twist, Faris will be taking on Russell’s blue-collar role, with Eugenio Derbez channeling Hawn as a snooty playboy.
Dodi had a reputation as a wealthy playboy who wanted to be famous.
DeHaan feels miscast, not the rakish playboy charmer as this film tries to present him.
According to an acquaintance who spoke with the Daily Beast, Goldstone leads a hard-partying, playboy-type lifestyle.
An adaptation of the semi-autobiographical Patrick Melrose books by Edward St. Aubyn, Melrose will center around Cumberbatch's character, an aristocrat and playboy who struggles with substance abuse.
At the same time, Wayne grapples with status in the world as a billionaire, playboy philanthropist (the Tony Stark of the DC Universe) and his duty to the city and people of Gotham.
What: As the Nazi Party rises to power in Berlin in the early 1930, an American cabaret singer (Minnelli) gets involved with a British scholar (York), but a wealthy playboy (Griem) comes along and complicates their relationship.
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: a man who spends most of his time doing things that give him pleasure
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