noun, plural vo·lup·tu·ar·ies.
Origin of voluptuary
Examples from the Web for voluptuary
Contemporary Examples of voluptuary
It was also an occasion for voluptuary displays of tough-mindedness.The Media's Pro-Torture Cheerleaders
December 10, 2014
Historical Examples of voluptuary
Bigot, a voluptuary in every sense, craved a change of pleasure.The Golden Dog
Fair lady, he went onyour mother was, like yourself, a voluptuary.The Sorrows of Satan
Voluptuary as he was, Ulick didn't feel a spark of erotic emotion for his companion.Painted Veils
A great governor may be one-fourth voluptuary, but he must be three-parts politician.The African Colony
An epicure and a voluptuary, he had lived in extraordinary luxury.Old and New London
noun plural -aries
Word Origin for voluptuary
c.1600 (n. and adj.), from Latin voluptuarius, from voluptarius, from voluptas "pleasure" (see voluptuous).