epicure[ ep-i-kyoor ]SEE DEFINITION OF epicure
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EPICURE
It was introduced into England as an epicure's dish in the seventeenth century.
Kingozi's methods of eating had in them little of the epicure.
Across the top of its door were painted in gold letters, the words: "The Epicure."
I was always an epicure in the matter of love, and knew the best when I found it.
These are quite an epicure's dish, and care must be taken to cook them slowly.
Certainly, he mused to himself, his brother was an epicure in love.
Your book, "The Epicure of Medicine," is worth its weight in gold.
We are told by Chaucer that he was a great householder and an epicure.
The oyster is now a dish for the epicure and the lobster for the millionaire.
The epicure always commands the respect of those who serve him.