hedonistic


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Synonyms for hedonistic

Synonyms for hedonistic

characterized by or devoted to pleasure and luxury as a lifestyle

Synonyms for hedonistic

devoted to pleasure

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Singer/celebrity Miley Cyrus has become the poster girl for hedonistic female sexuality.
Stephen Glover in the Daily Mail wrote: "Some will argue that she had every right to live a hedonistic life and to do exactly as she pleased as long as it was within the law.
It is the duty of every famous young woman to be as bad a role model as she can be - as bad as every celebrated hedonistic male from Peter O'Toole to Johnny Depp, in fact - and throw the shame straight back at the miserable killjoys who seek to corral women in this way.
Life's hedonistic pleasures--food, sex, shopping, snagging the best parking space at the mall--trigger a dopamine release in our brains.
geeKs & azWHOLEz' live show Hedonistic Happenings will showcase Greensboro's erotic-art culture including the band's lascivious collection of songs.
Especially when the American Idol star started waxing lyrical about his new album He tells Fault magazine: "I'm a crazy hedonistic rebel who wants to liberate the masses.
For instance, while past negative and present fatalistic oriented people may be prone to depression and aggression, past positive and present hedonistic people are more likely to have friends and hold frequent and meaningful interaction with their families.
For Hugh, though, I reckon it could be the best thing that's happened to him After a life-time of being a hedonistic flibbertigibbet, flitting from one thing and one woman to another and focussed entirely on himself he will have another person in his life who must take precedence.
Thus Dreamboats and Petticoats was born as a musical, and so was an evening of pure hedonistic affection for a more innocent era, when love was young and so was rock 'n' roll.
50 a week was the epitome of hedonistic living - it would take some weeks of this benefit to cover the over pounds 1,000bn cost of the banking failures or the additional pounds 75 bn of quantitative easing which acknowledged that the gover nment's economic policies have failed.
For, once again, under the carapace of glittering, hedonistic celebrity, the ooze of a very different and more dangerous lifestyle has seeped out for all to see.
It's a sign they're more hedonistic and have a tendency to be unfaithful.
The obligatory annual celebratory tribute to Scottish poet Robert Burns (1759-1796), this is destined to be the usual gastro-literary uproar of drunken debauchery, hedonistic madness, more whisky than you can shake a haggis at, mixed with some damn fine food - that's in their words
If you're intent on rebuilding your life, head down to Portrack Lane, spotlighted on pages 8 and 9, for a hedonistic hour or so in the home improvers' paradise.