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Synonyms for sybarite

a person devoted to pleasure and luxury

Synonyms for sybarite

a person addicted to luxury and pleasures of the senses


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And Waiheke is an 'utter city sybarite or decadent egyptian [sic]'.
Soori is the essence of crafted luxury," Chan says, adding that it's tailor-made for the international sybarite who places importance on customization.
However, he is certainly no sybarite, that is, he is not a hedonist seeking pleasure.
Nicky Henderson-trained stablemates Call The Cops and Dawalan head a longlooking shortlist, while Unique De Cotte and Sybarite are other dangers.
05 PERTEMPS NETWORK FINAL 3mCH4 7 Edeymi, 8 Call The Cops, 10 Regal Encore, 12 Big Easy, Brother Brian, Dawalan, 14 Join The Clan, 16 Mydor, Sybarite, Unique De Cotte, 20 bar 2.
Branagh the director has fun with the usual heist-movie conventions, and Branagh the actor has even more fun with the role of Cherevin, an intellectual and sybarite whose roving eye (and later, his sadistic streak) finds an immediate target in Cathy.
1892 Le demi-monde sous le second empire: souvenirs d'un sybarite.
and you emerge from your paper moon to sing the old songs of Lucy Favery, Sylvia Rexach, la Lupe sybarite, dressed and adored by those who worship your face.
It is impossible to do justice to the vast contents of Stranger Magic, which include the uses of realism in fantasy literature, the difference between relics and talismans, the production and significance of carpet patterns, talking objects and magical lamps, flying machines and the psychological meanings of flight, eighteenth-century sybarite and Gothic author William Beckford, German Romantic and sometime Orientalist scholar Goethe, twentieth[degrees] century film versions of The Thief of Baghdad, and Freud's Oriental rug-covered couch, among many other objects, texts, and concepts (it's difficult to write about Stranger Magic without resorting to lists, as Warner herself does on nearly every page).
But as befits such a sensate sybarite, pathos is also for Lampedusa a "delightful emotion," which lends point and meaning to the passing mood, moment, era, civilization.
Running in a novice hurdle at this track, the French-bred gelding got the job done in fine style, beating decent sorts in Sybarite and The Reformer in the process.
I do', looking straight at the other, the esoteric, the sybarite, standing (the youth) now, erect, thin (because he was young), his face scarlet but his head high and his eyes steady: 'Yes.
Despite a strong Irish presence in the Grade 2 novice hurdle, I'm sweet on Uttoxeter bumper winner Sybarite (3.
An aesthete and sybarite in the materialist world, he has spent his life "learning how to be wretched, as one learns a foreign tongue" (149).