Alternative spelling of man about town. (A worldly, social man.)(noun)
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"Kevin Hagen for the Wall Street Journal Marianne Schmitz and Martina Schmitz Mr. Goyal, the 36-year-old, high-energy, man-about-town who owns MKG, a marketing and event production agency that works with the likes of Google, MTV, and L'Oreal, founded the party when he was single, he said, and he wanted to throw a fete without the labor."
"Anderson, who has been friends with the jewelry designer/actor/man-about-town since "at least 2002," praised Waris's "soothing and masterful" methods of persuasion."
"The man-about-town would dress down rather than up for his Sunday stroll (a top hat, gloves and waistcoat would bring jeers), and the dearth of servants – for people emigrated to start anew!"