voluptuary[ vuh-luhp-choo-er-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF voluptuary
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VOLUPTUARY
Bigot, a voluptuary in every sense, craved a change of pleasure.
Fair lady, he went onyour mother was, like yourself, a voluptuary.
Voluptuary as he was, Ulick didn't feel a spark of erotic emotion for his companion.
A great governor may be one-fourth voluptuary, but he must be three-parts politician.
An epicure and a voluptuary, he had lived in extraordinary luxury.
A voluptuary in love, he professes not that delicacy which refines all its joys.
He abandoned himself to the sensations of love and the sensations of an artist like a voluptuary.
In his riot of the senses there was more of the athlete than of the voluptuary.
Such a word was a mockery in the mouth of such a voluptuary.
It was the face of a voluptuary in the presence of his desire.