Examples of sybarite in a Sentence
the prince was remembered as a self-indulgent sybarite, not as a statesman or warrior
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Its principal characters are not jaded sybarites sunning themselves on the decks of pleasure boats or beside hilltop swimming pools, but rather salt-of-the-earth Frenchmen and women with roots in the populist cinema of the 1930s.
Featuring a main villa and two apartments with a capacity to hold 12 sybarites, the spare Cycladic architecture enhances the infinity pool, an Instagram-ready site for a bash overlooking the Aegean Sea.
Higgins’s home is a sybarite’s mansion, crowded with servants and modern art.
Morality Leagues, churches, women’s clubs, and other organizations viewed the young people pouring into Hollywood as sybarites who were setting a bad example for the rest of the youth of America.
True sybarites should book one of three Bath Spa Rooms in the hotel where bathrooms feature an extra tap plumbed directly into the warm springs in order to run private baths filled with thermal water.
True sybarites will enjoy the massages (given in a cave, of course), and the strawberries and champagne that are part of a wholesome Andronis balcony breakfast.
But northern Guatemala isn’t just all about ruins and camping; sybarites who want to be spoiled by Guatemalan hospitality should book one of the luxurious overwater bungalows at Las Lagunas Boutique Hotel in Flores.
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