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 voluptuārius variant of Latin voluptārius devoted to pleasure from voluptās pleasure ; see wel-1 in Indo-European roots.