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.

My friend Pansa has informed me that you have become an Epicurean!

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EPICUREAN

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adjectivedevoted to pleasure
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