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A rich older man who lavishes gifts on a young woman in return for her company or sexual favors.
lover, sweetheart, loved one, love, beloved, darling, dearest, young man, man friend, man, escort, suitor, wooer, admirer, worshipper, followerView synonyms
- ‘She travelled the world, putting herself in dangerous situations: fleeing Cambodia only as it fell to the Khmer Rouge; literally advertising in a newspaper for a sugar daddy; becoming a prostitute in Japan.’
- ‘At first things were going fine, but Cindy had lost both her job and her sugar daddy and now had started asking for more money.’
- ‘Who wants to be my sugar daddy, so I can leave this job and go to school again?’
- ‘The Hamster Cage, in which Pope plays a nubile nymphomaniac, eager to please her sugar daddy at a strained family reunion, is one of the more talked-about entries at this year's World Film Festival, and with good reason.’
- ‘In Double Honeymoon, Muhlbach embarks on a rather stupid affair with an unstable young woman, a talentless artist with only her exquisite looks to rely on, perhaps not a prostitute but definitely looking for a sugar daddy.’
- ‘In response to Sandy's questions, Jordan said she preferred a toy boy to a sugar daddy, Eastenders to Coronation Street and a shower to a bath.’
- ‘If Sophie was hoping to hook a rich sugar daddy, this was the place.’
- ‘Now I just need to find myself a rich sugar daddy to pay off that and the rest of my debt for me, and I'm all set.’
- ‘My sister and her fiancé and Dolly and her sugar daddy have been a foursome on endless expensive double dates.’
- ‘This is the harsh reality: the sugar daddy is no longer there.’
- ‘I do believe in punishment, but I don't believe in destroying her life for a very minor part in a drug conspiracy that she was involved in with her sugar daddy who was twice her age.’
- ‘The paramedic said he'd look for a sugar daddy for me.’
- ‘‘He's not much of a sugar daddy for such a young girl,’ I remarked over our dinners.’
- ‘Assuming you don't have a rich uncle or a generous sugar daddy to fund your projects, a sensible alternative is the desktop studio.’
- ‘Now Theresa had to hold a press conference and announce that her highest profile case ever came from just that - a young woman lying to get back at her adulterous sugar daddy.’
- ‘Thankfully, Brian was my sugar daddy for the night.’
- ‘Have you found the sugar daddy of your dreams yet?’
- ‘In those days a geisha could take lovers but her crucial aim was to secure a ‘danna’ or patron - a sugar daddy - who could keep her in her exclusive lifestyle of private cars, expensive coiffures and kimonos for every occasion.’
- ‘The stripper Rose Zelle Rowland did even better by marrying her sugar daddy, the Belgian financier Baron d' Empain, who owned the Egyptian railway system, among other things.’
- ‘He's old enough to be her father, she's the uber-ambitious actress climbing the social ladder by marrying a sugar daddy… the list goes on.’
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