wanton (n.)
libertine, seducer
E3 II.i.275[Countess to King Edward] try the wife of Salisbury, / Whether she will hear a wanton's tale or no
Luc.401[of Lucrece's hair] O modest wantons, wanton modesty! [first instance]
MW II.ii.55[Mistress Quickly to Falstaff] your worship's a wanton!
RJ I.iv.35[Romeo to all] Let wantons light of heart / Tickle the senseless rushes with their heels
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