pleasurer

pleasurer

(ˈplɛʒərə)
n
a person who seeks pleasure
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The dog only glances round at us, and then looks up into his master's face again, as if he were rendered uneasy by any suspension of the common business, and had nothing more to do with pleasurers. And still there is the same, eternal foreground.
My good lady d contended that the recent 16% increase r in the Queen's ' allowao nce,a from r PS31m to PS36.1m was well worth it give i n the delight and pleasurer she gave a to the thousands of tourists fromr around r the world.
But, although he's' usually based for most of the year in Monaco (aren'r t ' theye all?), Tom isn't' averse to a spot of travea lling off the beaten track for pleasurer - especially when there'r s ' one of his favoa urite bands at the end of it.
The book is the story of his life in the 1970s as a postman, serial female pleasurer and gambler.
"I think Victoria is sticking with David for the fame, the money, the attention and the cameras," the porker pleasurer pontificates.
to the 1.2 billion smokers of the world, tobacco is not just a killer, but a pleasurer, a comforter and a friend." For those who may be interested he also provides an appendix titled, "How to Grow Tobacco" (with a caveat that the information included is intended for home production only).
Profr Hutchings c said: "It is a greatr honour to receivei this recognition fromr the Royao l a Society for my work on gold catalysis.l It has been a great r pleasurer to me to havea helped change perceptions r about gold.