Definition of epicure in English:

epicure

Line breaks: epi|cure
Pronunciation: /ˈɛpɪkjʊə
 
, ˈɛpɪkjɔː/

noun

Derivatives

epicurism

noun
More example sentences
  • His personal enemies of promise were sloth, disguised as fastidious indolence; gluttony, disguised as epicurism; and bibulosity, masquerading as connoisseurship.

Origin

late Middle English (denoting a disciple of Epicurus): via medieval Latin from Greek Epikouros 'Epicurus'.

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