a person devoted to luxurious living and sensual pleasures; sensualist; sybarite
Origin of voluptuaryClassical Latin voluptuarius ; from voluptas, pleasure: see voluptuous
of or characterized by luxury and sensual pleasures
A person whose life is given over to luxury and sensual pleasures; a sensualist: “an adventurous voluptuary, angling in all streams for variety of pleasures” (Thomas De Quincey).
Origin of voluptuaryFrench voluptuaire, from Old French, from Late Latin voluptuarius, variant of Latin voluptarius, devoted to pleasure, from voluptas, pleasure; see wel-1 in Indo-European roots.