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Saltos de línea: vo¦lup¦tu|ary
Pronunciación: /vəˈlʌptjʊəri

Definición de voluptuary en inglés:

sustantivo (plural voluptuaries)

A person devoted to luxury and sensual pleasure.
Example sentences
  • The novel's Italians are listless voluptuaries, its Germans are dedicated and earnest, its nuns are whores or maniacs and its censors are libidinously thrilled by the material they censor.
  • Forget purported health benefits of vegetarian meals, this is a dish for voluptuaries.
  • The 1963 cult film classic introduced a cast of campy and erotic voluptuaries, some of them drag queens, in a series of beautiful and delirious tableaus.


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Concerned with or characterized by luxury and sensual pleasure: a voluptuary decade when high living was in style


early 17th century: from Latin volupt(u)arius, from voluptas 'pleasure'.

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