hedonist


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hedonist

A person who dedicates a significant portion of his or her time to the pursuit of physical and sensual pleasures.
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When sourcing the best quality chocolate to round out the decadent porter, he recruited Jennifer Posey, founder and owner of Hedonist Artisan Chocolates.
Lillie is led by Pure Hedonist Media President and Editorial Director, Letitia Elizabeth, former editor at Haute Living, Miami Fashion Weekly and Dujour.
However, under the drive of hedonist consumerism, Christmas runs the risk of losing its spiritual meaning.
Indeed he states to his new hedonist counterpart Henry that he would sell his south to keep his visage.
He is a Tory hedonist, a Thatcherite libertarian, a man with considerable brains and ambition, perhaps the most brilliant journalist of his generation.
Self-confessed mushroom expert and hedonist Jake (Jack Huston) invites five American college buddies to Ireland to sample some of the most potent fungi known to man.
As Jack Anderson said of Yvonne Rainer in our June 1968 issue, she was "simultaneously a Puritan and a hedonist.
Wine columnist Jay McInerney has been billed the 'best wine writer in America' and his previous collection BACCHUS AND ME earned him much praise: so it's right to expect much from his sequel A HEDONIST IN THE CELLAR--and his memoir doesn't disappoint.
Olsen captured the manic-depressive spirit of the hedonist Hoffmann, and except for a few dry spots at the top of the tenor range, perhaps attributable to fatigue from all he had to do, Olsen sang the part with power and the requisite pathos.
When hedonist Art invites his new girlfriend, the virginal Coll, on vacation with his father and stepmother, assumptions clash on whether she would, as previous girlfriends had, share his bed.
Writer and performer Lucy Porter returns with her fourth solo show and ponders whether a drinking, gambling, all-round hedonist can ever consider herself to be morally good.
With activities to suit your taste and pace, the Black Enterprise/Pepsi Golf & Tennis Challenge appeals to the hedonist in all of us.