Definition of Pleasure seeker

1. Noun. Someone motivated by desires for sensual pleasures.

Exact synonyms: Hedonist, Pagan
Generic synonyms: Sensualist
Specialized synonyms: Corinthian, Man-about-town, Playboy
Derivative terms: Hedonism, Hedonism



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pleasure Seeker

pleasings
pleasurability
pleasurable
pleasurableness
pleasurably
pleasure-boat
pleasure-pain principle
pleasure-unpleasure principle
pleasure boat
pleasure craft
pleasure dome
pleasure domes
pleasure ground
pleasure principle
pleasure seeker (current term)
pleasure trip
pleasurecraft
pleasured
pleasuredome
pleasuredomes
pleasureful
pleasurefully
pleasureless
pleasurer
pleasurers
pleasures
pleasuring
pleasurist
pleasurists

Literary usage of Pleasure seeker

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Where to Emigrate and why: Homes and Fortunes in the Boundless West and the by Frederick Bartlett Goddard (1869)
"These will in time become favorite places of resort for the invalid and pleasure-seeker. Without doubt another season will find no inconsiderable proportion ..."

2. Evils of the Cities: A Series of Practical and Popular Discourses Delivered by Thomas De Witt Talmage, Richard S. Rhodes (1903)
"Again: I urge you to avoid the perpetual pleasure- seeker. I believe in recreation and amusement. I need it as much as I need bread, and go to my gymnasium ..."

3. Works of Thomas Hill Green by Thomas Hill Green, Richard Lewis Nettleship (1890)
"The character of the pleasure-seeker is necessarily selfish in this sense, ... That the pleasure-seeker necessarily lives for an object private to himself ..."

4. Pain, Pleasure, and æsthetics: An Essay Concerning the Psychology of Pain by Henry Rutgers Marshall (1894)
"The use of well-rested organs is the basis of the pleasure-seeker's universal search for novelty; not absolute newness, but new arrangements of activities ..."

5. Bizarre Fables: A Series of Eccentric Historiettes by William Arthur Brown Lunn (1843)
"DENYING PLEASURE-SEEKER. AT the close of a sultry day in August, when the sunlight was slowly fading from the sky, and yielding to the mild splendor of the ..."

6. Where to Emigrate and why: Homes and Fortunes in the Boundless West and the by Frederick Bartlett Goddard (1869)
"These will in time become favorite places of resort for the invalid and pleasure-seeker. Without doubt another season will find no inconsiderable proportion ..."

7. Evils of the Cities: A Series of Practical and Popular Discourses Delivered by Thomas De Witt Talmage, Richard S. Rhodes (1903)
"Again: I urge you to avoid the perpetual pleasure- seeker. I believe in recreation and amusement. I need it as much as I need bread, and go to my gymnasium ..."

8. Works of Thomas Hill Green by Thomas Hill Green, Richard Lewis Nettleship (1890)
"The character of the pleasure-seeker is necessarily selfish in this sense, ... That the pleasure-seeker necessarily lives for an object private to himself ..."

9. Pain, Pleasure, and æsthetics: An Essay Concerning the Psychology of Pain by Henry Rutgers Marshall (1894)
"The use of well-rested organs is the basis of the pleasure-seeker's universal search for novelty; not absolute newness, but new arrangements of activities ..."

10. Bizarre Fables: A Series of Eccentric Historiettes by William Arthur Brown Lunn (1843)
"DENYING PLEASURE-SEEKER. AT the close of a sultry day in August, when the sunlight was slowly fading from the sky, and yielding to the mild splendor of the ..."

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