The Sybarite had received several shots below her water-line, and the Red Galleon had her tree cut in two.
A Sybarite in every taste, he has invented a little philosophy of his own.
The Sybarite seemed unnecessarily large for a pleasure boat.
The Athenian bowed, and the Sybarite returned to his philosophy.
Altogether the library gave evidence of a refined taste, and was a cross between a monkish cell and a Sybarite's bower.
With all her devotion she was something of a Sybarite and liked repose.
On the seventh day the course pricked on the chart placed the Sybarite's position at noon as approximately in mid-Atlantic.
Without the immorality, we had the very atmosphere of a Sybarite indulgence.
“Sybarite,” she murmured, glancing around at his arrangements for complete comfort.
It is the Spartan, not the Sybarite, who is capable of heroic deeds.
"person devoted to pleasure," 1610s (implied in Sybaritical), literally "inhabitant of Sybaris," ancient Greek town in southern Italy, whose people were noted for their love of luxury. From Latin Sybarita, from Greek Sybarites.