CC Madhya 8.188
- vidagdho nava-tāruṇyaḥ
- niścinto dhīra-lalitaḥ
- syāt prāyaḥ preyasī-vaśaḥ
vidagdhaḥ—clever; nava-tāruṇyaḥ—always freshly youthful; parihāsa—in joking; viśāradaḥ—expert; niścintaḥ—without anxiety; dhīra-lalitaḥ—a hero in loving affairs; syāt—is; prāyaḥ—almost always; preyasī-vaśaḥ—one who keeps his girlfriends subjugated.
“‘A person who is very cunning and always youthful, expert in joking and without anxiety, and who can keep his girlfriends always subjugated, is called dhīra-lalita.’
This verse is from the Bhakti-rasāmṛta-sindhu (2.1.230).