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Sensual pleasures were restored to the rank they held in the Epicurean philosophy.
In the case of amber, since there is another different method of attracting, the Epicurean atoms cannot fit one another in shape.
History would have opened to the Epicurean poet a new dimension of nature and a more varied spectacle of folly.
He was merely destructive of thought and epicurean in taste.
A BED OF ROSESW. L. GEORGE
A Stoic or Epicurean displays principles, which may not only be durable, but which have an effect on conduct and behaviour.
My friend Pansa has informed me that you have become an Epicurean!
THE LETTERS OF CICERO, VOLUME 1MARCUS TULLIUS CICERO
In epicurean Rome it was a marionette that invited you to wreathe yourself with roses before they could fade.
Epicurean cooks shall sharpen with cloyless sauce the appetite.
THE ART OF ENTERTAININGM. E. W. SHERWOOD
The spectacle was sufficiently ghastly to gratify the most epicurean appetite for horrors.
THE COURT OF CACUSALEXANDER LEIGHTON
Like the epicurean poet, he saw and approved the better way and yet he followed the worse.
VALERIAWILLIAM HENRY WITHROW

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