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apolaustic (ap uh LAW stik) (adjective), more apolaustic, most apolaustic
1. A reference to someone being devoted to seeking enjoyment and pleasures; self-indulgent: An apolaustic person is one whose aim in life is the attainment of enjoyment and who continually expends his or her energy in the search for pleasure.
2. Etymology: from Greek apolaustikos and related to the verb apolauein, "to enjoy".
Devoted to enjoyment and pleasure.
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Descriptive of a person who is constantly devoted to experiencing enjoyment and pleasures; a reference to someone who is self-indulgent and striving for a luxurious life-style. (1)