lounge lizard


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n lounge lizard a man who idles about in the lounges of hotels and bars in search of women who would support him
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In literature:

I feel like a lounge lizard if I take six hours out of every twenty-four.
"Islands of Space" by John W Campbell
But the call of New York, of the "lounge lizard's" ease and unhealthy excitement had won already, it seemed.
"The Thing from the Lake" by Eleanor M. Ingram

In news:

The Lounge Lizards Do the Wrong Thing.
Sign up to be a Kevin and Liz Show Lounge Lizard.
Tired of playing second fiddle to a massive mutant lizard, Mothra (1961) comes fluttering into the Arcata Theatre Lounge Thursday to attend SciFi Pint and Pizza Night.
EDDIE JAPAN + GENE DANTE & THE FUTURE STARLETS + THE DAILY PRAVDA: Lizard Lounge, 1667 Mass Ave, Cambridge: November 17 @ 8:30 pm: 21+: $10: 617.547.0759 or lizardloungeclub.com.
Two restaurants, Paleo Joe's and the Roof Lizard Lounge, will include fossil casts and display cases.
Click the pics below to visit these Lounge Lizard Regulars.
He first began playing in Chattanooga in the '90s at the Lizard Lounge as a solo artist.
Susan Graham experiences Dido's hard life with a lounge lizard.
Host of "Karma Chameleon's Late Night Lizard Lounge".
D ICK HAFNER is so "lounge" you can't help but add "lizard" to the description.
The first "smokin' hot" tax bill (and we wish our legislators would quit talking like some lounge lizard on the prowl) was vetoed prior to the Vikings Stadium debates.
I remember the come-hither sofas and the lounge lizards splayed across them.