nonascetic

nonascetic

(ˌnɒnəˈsɛtɪk)
n
a person who is not an ascetic
adj
relating to a person or lifestyle that is not ascetic
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19) Also well documented are the mentions of nonascetic women in the tenets of patristic writers, including Tertullian, Clement of Alexandria, and John Chrysostom, condemning perfumes, cosmetics, hair dyes, excessive jewelry, and expensive clothes by stressing that attending to the body's appearance is wasteful, vain, and a precursor to unchastity.
He himself did not differentiate between the ascetic and nonascetic ideals of Christian leadership.
131) The reader is overwhelmed by a sense of a space filled with very nonascetic and undisciplined bodies, vying for the attention of monks whom Shenoute presumably preferred be attending to God instead.
Cavendish's juxtaposition of "pleasure" with a clearly nonascetic "virginity" suggests that her virgins are to be considered queer.