Vo*lup"tu*a*ry (?; 135), n.; pl. Voluptuaries (#). [L. voluptuarius or voluptarius, fr. voluptas pleasure.]

A voluptuous person; one who makes his physical enjoyment his chief care; one addicted to luxury, and the gratification of sensual appetites.

A good-humored, but hard-hearted, voluptuary. Sir W. Scott.

Syn. -- Sensualist; epicure.


© Webster 1913.

Vo*lup"tu*a*ry, a.

Voluptuous; luxurious.


© Webster 1913.

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