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- adj. sybaritic
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as sybaritic.
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I will say nothing of those prodigious prodigals, perdendae pecuniae, genitos, as he  taxed Anthony, Qui patrimonium sine ulla fori calumnia amittunt, saith  Cyprian, and  mad sybaritical spendthrifts,
These three assistants were equal to a business which would harry ten such clerks as those whose sybaritical tastes now swell the columns of the budget.
They have no sympathies with the saints and heroes who have been great through self-abnegation, for such lives are a constant reproach to their own sybaritical tendencies.
We were quite sybaritical as to hours, with breakfast and dinner courses, and mouth-organs and cigarettes and jam between meals.