Etymology
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voluptuary

c. 1600 (noun and adjective), from French voluptuaire and directly from Latin voluptuarius, earlier voluptarius "of pleasure, giving enjoyment; devoted to pleasure, luxurious," from voluptas "pleasure" (see voluptuous).

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Definitions of voluptuary
1
voluptuary (n.)
a person addicted to luxury and pleasures of the senses;
Synonyms: sybarite
2
voluptuary (adj.)
displaying luxury and furnishing gratification to the senses;
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