Definition of 'voluptuary'
Example sentences containing 'voluptuary'
THE BROKEN GOD (2001)
Being a man - all men were carnal by nature and easily tempted - he had fallen prey to a voluptuary.THE IMAGE OF LAURA (2001)
But the best of the courtesans, whether paramour, diva or voluptuary, continued to practise their art for only the highest of reasons.THE BROKEN GOD (2001)
Sat all afternoon in my yellow and purple dressing gown, eating crackers and drinking tea, the voluptuary at home.52449_CLARA (2001)
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