Meaning of sybaritic


Because of its endless sybaritic (indulgent or luxurious) amenities, Dubai has emerged in the early 21st century as a vacation destination for the wealthy and ostentatious.

Sybaritic looks like a complicated word, but to pronounce it, just think of the “sib” in the word sibling, then “uh,” then the “-ritic” of the word critic. One way to remember the pronunciation is a rhyme: not even the harshest travel writer or restaurant critic ever turns down the sybaritic pleasures of Las Vegas.

Definitions of sybaritic
  1. adjective

    displaying luxury and furnishing gratification to the senses

    “a chinchilla robe of
    sybaritic lavishness”

    epicurean, luxuriant, luxurious, voluptuary, voluptuous


    characterized by or given to yielding to the wishes of someone

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