For so many of these Sybaritic recipes are wholly impractical for the modern home chef.
He was guilty of many liaisons and the Sybaritic character of his self-indulgences increased as the years went by.
We were becoming selfish, self-indulgent, Sybaritic rapidly.
He realized to the full extent the Sybaritic pleasures which now surrounded him.
I had heard that Sir William Howe was of Sybaritic temperament.
Though born to the forest, and a good woodsman, he had Sybaritic tastes, which needed only opportunity to bud and bloom.
His wide, thin lips were pursed in Sybaritic enjoyment of his cigar.
The Sybaritic meal with its clatter of plates, its talking and music, was still whirling through Frederick's brain.
That is as near to Sybaritic luxury as a man should care to come.
Our first night in La Gloria was not one of Sybaritic pleasure.