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  • n. Plural form of sensualist.

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Examples

  • This spectrum of course included the stunning artists, sensualists, photographers, technical masters and chefs whose personalities set restaurants, trends, communities on fire.

    Danika Boyle: Sparks From the Culinary Edge

  • I'd heard lots of characterizations of the two wines over the years i.e., Burgundy is for sensualists and Bordeaux for intellectuals, but the violin analogy was a first.

    Enjoying Good Wines With a Violin Great

  • These dreary folk, echoes of the dead past and importunate and self-elected pall-bearers for the present and future, proxy-livers of life and vicarious sensualists that they are in a eunuch sort of way, insist, since their own selves, environments, and narrow agitations of the quick are mediocre and commonplace, that no man or woman can rise above the mediocre and commonplace.

    THE KANAKA SURF

  • Traditional animal-print sensualists may find the current aesthetics a bit much.

    The Call of the Wild

  • For a work on an erotic subject by one of music's great sensualists, it's curiously dark and difficult.

    Vivaldi: Armida al Campo d'Egitto

  • We primarily think of Ernest Chausson as one of French music's great sensualists.

    Lortie/Dumay/Quatuor Ebène

  • At the Rubber Rose Ranch, a civil war has broken out between the overly coiffed, sweet-smelling forces of repression and a group of saucy sapphic sensualists who call themselves Cowgirls and rebel against the narrow-minded bourgeoisie by smoking pot, taking peyote, having mind-blowing orgasms, and not washing their vaginas.

    My Year of Flops

  • These dreary folk, echoes of the dead past and importunate and self-elected pallbearers for the present and future, proxy livers of life and vicarious sensualists that they are in a eunuch sort of way, insist, since their own selves, environments, and narrow agitations of the quick are mediocre and commonplace, that no man or woman can rise above the mediocre and commonplace.

    “It was the Golden Fleece ready for the shearing.”

  • A couple of old sensualists exchanging views on arts, letters…and their naughty bits.

    A Booktastic Haul « It Doesn't Have To Be Right…

  • Taylor is certainly onto something here: it's a danger that was already looming in the early 1900s when the sociologist Max Weber warned of "specialists without spirit and sensualists without heart".

    Michael Roth: Universities in Crisis? From Compartmentalization to Collaboration

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