She had ignored his philandering until it resulted in the pregnancy of his 26-year-old mistress.
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Her shortlisted novel, Swimming Home, follows a “philandering poet” as he takes a family holiday in the French Riviera.
1737, from the noun meaning "a lover" (1700), from Philander, popular name for a lover in stories, drama, and poetry, from Greek adjective philandros "with love for people," perhaps mistaken as meaning "a loving man," from phil- "loving" (see philo-) + andr-, stem of aner "man" (see anthropo-). Related: Philandered; philandering.