Complete Definition of "voluptuary"

English
Etymology
From a late Latin variant of Latin voluptarius âdevoted to pleasureâ, from voluptas âpleasureâ.

Noun
en-noun|voluptuaries

  1. One whose life is devoted to sensual appetites; a pleasure-seeker.
  2. A woman with a rounded, sensual figure.

#*2005: Dawn Reynolds was an eighteen-year-old alabaster beauty with cobalt eyes and the figure of a ripe voluptuary. â Martin Torgoff, Can't Find My Way Home (Simon & Schuster 2005, p. 147)

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