Cad (noun)

  1. A man who behaves in a dishonorable or irresponsible way, especially toward women.
  2. A man who is morally or ethically suspect or lacking in integrity or respectability.

Origin:

Perhaps from scottish cad, cadet ("a young gentleman; a young man of good family but without a profession"), from french cadet ("youngest son"), from gascon cadet ("younger, younger brothe.r")

Examples:

  1. He was known as a cad for his womanizing and reckless behavior.
  2. He was a cad, always taking advantage of people.
  3. She discovered that he was a cad and broke off the relationship.
  4. The cad's behavior was unacceptable and he was no longer welcome in the group.
  5. He was a cad and a scoundrel, he had no respect for anyone but himself.
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