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  • n. One who enjoys.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who enjoys.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who enjoys.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a person who delights in having or using or experiencing something


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  • And don't you worry about your 'enjoyer' -- it's the strongest part of your anatomy in my opinion.

    The Little Colonel's Chum: Mary Ware

  • And although the enjoyer is not really an effect of Brahman, since the unmodified creator himself, in so far as he enters into the effect, is called the enjoyer (according to the passage, 'Having created he entered into it,' Taitt.

    The Vedanta-Sutras with the Commentary by Sankaracarya Sacred Books of the East, Volume 1

  • Despite the professional distance he maintains as a historian, Mr. Gilmour doesn't deny being an ardent fan of Italian culture—a devoted scholar but also a serial enjoyer of Italy.

    Is Italy Ungovernable?

  • Loved the quote at the end, being an enjoyer of chocolate from way back (smile).

    Cacao Nibs

  • Thus, the self is the enjoyer or sufferer in the relationship of the mind and senses.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • On the one hand, the placid, joyful temperament — the lover and enjoyer of life, of music and dancing, cigars, women, good food: the easy-goer.

    Election Day 2008

  • I'm a 49 year old, comics fan, reader, enjoyer and collector.

    Comic Book Urban Legends Revealed #1 | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

  • It would follow that non-human animals and pre-linguistic children, although they can be sensitive, alert, responsive to pain and suffering, and cognitively competent in many remarkable ways–including ways that exceed normal adult human competence–are not really conscious (in this strong sense): there is no organized subject (yet) to be the enjoyer or sufferer, no owner of the experiences as contrasted with a mere cerebral locus of effects.

    What the Cognitive Scientists Believe

  • First then, whoever in relating a story shall use the odious terms when gentler expressions might do as well, is it not to be esteemed impartial, but an enjoyer of his own fancy, in putting the worst construction on things; as if any one, instead of saying

    Essays and Miscellanies

  • Or is it that from being a deluder of others he has become at last his own dupe as he is, if report belie him not, his own and his only enjoyer?



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