Definition of Epicureanisms
1. epicureanism [n] - See also: epicureanism
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Epicureanisms
Literary usage of Epicureanisms
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Robert Browning by Charles Harold Herford (1905)
"... epicureanisms of the religious character falls the scorching splendour of the Easter Vision, with its ruthless condemnation of whatever is not glorified ..."
2. Held in Bondage: Or, Granville de Vigne. A Tale of the Day by Ouida (1864)
"... hog, not admiring their task, having a genuine horror of lunacy, and being enervated, probably, by the epicureanisms of plush-existence. ..."