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Saturday Word: Lothario

Lo·tha·ri·o (ləʊˈθɑːrɪˌəʊ):
origin: a story-within-the-story of Don Quixote (1605)

1. A man whose chief interest is seducing women.
2. A novel about the loveless existence of an aging man (in 1703 play, The Fair Penitent).

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