The Greek word for "pleasure" is derived from the word for "sweetness," which is why we ought only to describe as "hedonistic" that way of life which takes the pursuit of sweet pleasures as its highest goal. (Lin Yutang, for example, writes that the most significant inventions in the history of mankind are "smoking, drinking, and tea.") Those who prefer bitter pleasures to sweet ones must look elsewhere for an adjective. See: EPICUREAN.
People who live for pleasure
someone motivated by desires for sensual pleasures
a person of low taste, more interested in pleasure than with me
a person who devotes himself or herself to pleasure
a person whose highest goal in life is pleasure
a pleasure seeker, at least one who lives in pleasure (because seeking is tiring and often not very pleasant)
a seeker after happiness
a person dedicated to the pursuit of pleasure and avoidance of pain
Someone who lives for pleasure.
An individual or one who lives only for pleasure.
Euphemism for a swinger; Lives for pleasure.