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hedonist
American English: /ˈhidənəst/
, /ˈhɛdənəst/
British English: /ˈhɛd(ə)nɪst/, /ˈhɛdənɪst/, /ˈhiːd(ə)nɪst/
, /ˈhiːdənɪst/

Translation of hedonist in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • We are a people who in equal parts are adventurers, skilled craftspeople, hedonists, sensualists, survivalists, and environmentalists.
    • A libertine is a hedonist, a devotee of personal pleasure, whereas a libertarian is one who defends the libertine and his lifestyle against the heavy hand of government.
    • With the political forecast comparatively sunny recently, things are visibly on the up - the grand old city centre cleaned out and dressed up to receive the growing surge of investors, visitors and weekending hedonists.

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