voluptuary


vo·lup·tu·ary

noun \və-ˈləp(t)-shə-ˌwer-ē\
plural vo·lup·tu·ar·ies

Definition of VOLUPTUARY

:  a person whose chief interests are luxury and the gratification of sensual appetites
voluptuary adjective

Examples of VOLUPTUARY

  1. <a fin de siècle novel about dandies and voluptuaries>

First Known Use of VOLUPTUARY

circa 1610

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