epicurean

[ ep-i-kyoo-ree-uhn, -kyoor-ee- ]SEE DEFINITION OF epicurean

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EPICUREAN

The pheasant was exquisite, and I ate with an epicurean enjoyment.

Rabbi as thou art, thou art an Epicurean; thou sittest in the seat of the scorner.

It's as epicurean a distinction as any ever made by theologians.

When she did this it was an epicurean thing, savoury, hot, satisfying.

And with a stanza of Epicurean optimism from Horace the Essay closes.

If you were at all inclined to be an Epicurean, I should really be afraid to let you go.

It seemed that his route to the coveted island was not to be an epicurean one.

You are an Epicurean philosopher, I begin to think, Planchet.

This is the Epicurean doctrine, which Caesar was said to hold.

He has been at Athens, living in the house of Patron the Epicurean as a free man.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EPICUREAN

hedonistic

adjectivesybaritic

omnivore

nounone who consumes all foods
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