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Examples from the Web for sensualist
Fitzgerald was a romantic but not a sensualist, a limitation in his writing he acknowledged.
Here is what I always loved about him: he was contemplative, playful, curious, generous, and a sensualist with style.
Mr. Spokesly was no sensualist in the strict meaning of the word.Command|William McFee
It appeared, then, that I too was a sensualist, in my temperate and fastidious way.The Professor|(AKA Charlotte Bronte) Currer Bell
The fellow was a sensualist, but he had some advantage in view, and she had already suspected what it was.The Coast of Adventure|Harold Bindloss
Then shall we learn to despise the low aims and contracted views of the sensualist, the demagogue, and the worldling.The Religion of Geology and Its Connected Sciences|Edward Hitchcock
This Barrre was a sensualist, a crafty orator, a sort of eel which in danger turned into a snake.The Life Of Thomas Paine, Vol. II. (of II)|Moncure Daniel Conway