pleasure-loving

pleasure-loving

adj
enjoying pleasure
Translations

pleasure-loving

[ˈpleʒəˌlʌvɪŋ] pleasure-seeking [ˈpleʒəˌsiːkɪŋ] ADJhedonista

pleasure-loving

[ˈplɛʒəˌlʌvɪŋ] adj she's a pleasure-loving personè amante dei piaceri
References in classic literature ?
Jo gave her sister an encouraging pat on the shoulder as they parted for the day, each going a different way, each hugging her little warm turnover, and each trying to be cheerful in spite of wintry weather, hard work, and the unsatisfied desires of pleasure-loving youth.
Now and then the gay laughter of a woman or the chatter of children could be heard, for the red Martians are a social, pleasure-loving people--in direct antithesis to the cold and morbid race of green men.
Vincy, blustering as he was, had as little of his own way as if he had been a prime minister: the force of circumstances was easily too much for him, as it is for most pleasure-loving florid men; and the circumstance called Rosamond was particularly forcible by means of that mild persistence which, as we know, enables a white soft living substance to make its way in spite of opposing rock.
At first he seemed only a pleasure-loving simpleton, of whose company I was rather ashamed, and whom I used to hide under my coat when I walked the Embankment, in London.
There was a monk, a worldly man, fond of dress, fond of hunting, fond of a good dinner; and a friar even more worldly and pleasure-loving.
Nash's enthusiasm for great fashionable gatherings certainly conveys the pleasure-loving side of Parisian life, but becomes too frenetic.
The demand of the wealthy art patrons of Louis XV's pleasure-loving and licentious court turned him towards those scenes of love and voluptuousness with which he will always be associated" (source: www.
In October, 1323, pleasure-loving Edward II visited Liverpool and lodged at the castle for several days.
The Dream of a King, the exhibition at the Museum of Islamic Art (MIA) of magnificent baroque treasures from the court of Elector-King Augustus the Strong of Saxony, was brought to a close on Thursday evening with an informal performance of the kind of music that pleasure-loving monarch would have enjoyed.
Michael Evans, in what might be regarded as overkill, cites the Old Testament, the Mcoholics Anonymous "Serenity Prayer," the TV series Star Trek, Latin quotes, the poems "Invictus" and "Ulysses," and other poetry and poets and novels and novelists, Albert Einstein, the pleasure-loving, self-indulgent Winston Churchill, ancient Greek philosophers, and many other persons and sources, so numerous it would be tedious to list them by name, on behalf of the contention that modern Western professional military officers could use Stoic philosophy to deal with "an asymmetric enemy who abides by a different set of cultural rules," i.
You are in a pleasure-loving mode, and witty at every opportunity.
THE STORY A prehistoric breed of piranhas are unleashed in Lake Victoria just as thousands of pleasure-loving teens arrive for Spring Break.