One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A person in search of amusement or enjoyment.‘in recent years, the island has been a magnet for pleasure seekers’
- ‘Seaside pleasure seekers are outraged at being banned from using launching ramps.’
- ‘Pleasure seekers back then would travel by paddle steamer across Port Phillip Bay to land at Sorrento pier.’
- ‘Vehicles, generators, and sound systems were moved in allowing young pleasure seekers to dance through the night.’
- ‘Bowness benefits from the steam boat services that ply Lake Windermere for pleasure seekers.’
- ‘When the great glass exhibition moved here in 1854, a rail link was dug through the clay to provide access for hordes of Victorian pleasure seekers.’
- ‘Truly, the island has something to offer a wide variety of vacationers and pleasure seekers.’
- ‘Nowadays there are fewer people travelling to shop in the town and the ferry passengers are usually local and international pleasure seekers.’
- ‘The Warhols will be starting parties for decadent pleasure seekers in deserted jazz bars around the world.’
- ‘An evening of rare rapport and sophisticated sauciness awaits discerning pleasure seekers in the form of Sleeping Beauty.’
- ‘The proliferation of guidebooks to London at night was part of a clamorous barrage of cheap literature hailing a mass public of urban pleasure seekers.’
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