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- adj. Devoted to pleasure; epicurean.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Same as hedonic, 2.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to hedonists or the doctrine of hedonism; of the nature of hedonism.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. devoted to pleasure
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I find it interesting that Theists apparently all want to run amok in hedonistic escatasy but they resist only because God is watching.
See Laurie, I told you this olive oil bath with bread, would tempt me in hedonistic ways: D
Aside from that, I'd say a dinner that would tempt you in hedonistic ways is well worth eating!
By the ‘last chance to dance’ finale it was all I could do not to run to G-A-Y immediately and dance the night away in hedonistic bliss.
I also don't like how Lester and Carolyn are both indulging in hedonistic behavior but somehow only Carolyn's the materialistic weasel.
Veritas is a now seven-year-old restaurant built around a pretty amazing wine collection of what the current vernacular calls hedonistic wines.
It can readily be seen that all three of the writers cited are utilitarians, and the last two are what have been characterized as hedonistic utilitarians.
There is another Aesthetic, which has been called hedonistic, utilitarian, moralistic, and so on, according to its various manifestations.
It is only recently that we have learned about the (possibly) millions of dollars of church funds that have been siphoned off (stolen) by priests, nuns and some lay workers, to support what can only be described as hedonistic lifestyles; and that is only in the
The entire premise of the first Friday the 13th film is the notion of hedonistic teens paying for their self-indulgent ways.