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Louis the Fifteenth, another God-defying, self-adoring sensualist.
ERNEST LINWOODCAROLINE LEE HENTZ
And they debated whether the great singer was an idealist or merely a sensualist, or perhaps both.
DECEMBER LOVEROBERT HICHENS
It is impossible to express more cogently the whole tragedy of the dying sensualist.
MODERNITIESHORACE BARNETT SAMUEL
Pornography, an eminent American jurist has pointed out, is distinguished by the "leer of the sensualist."
1601MARK TWAIN
Will not a sensualist do as much as this, if his physician require it for his health?
A mortified man hath no need of that which is a sensualist's felicity.
Between the rigorist and the sensualist, the sensible man has his place.
De Rancé, who had been many years a wealthy prodigal and sensualist, entered La Trappe, which had an evil repute for loose living.
Astral matter instantly and exactly reproduces emotion, so that the fiend or the sensualist looks exactly what he feels.
What caused the revolution in the character of Augustine by which the sensualist became a saint?
THE ASCENT OF THE SOULAMORY H. BRADFORD

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