Definition of hedonistically in US English:

hedonistically

adverb

  • See hedonistic

    • ‘We'll become more focused on desires and gratification, more hedonistically focused on material things.’
    • ‘The best part was undoubtedly the sirloin steak with fresh grated horseradish and parsley butter; pink, juicy, hedonistically tender, with an intoxicating scent and flavour.’
    • ‘But the underlying issue here is about a woman who once allegedly described herself as a ‘virgin politician’, etching out characters who fall passionately and hedonistically in love.’
    • ‘It you like wines that hedonistically suggest chocolate and vanilla flavors, you'll love this thick, satisfying wine.’

Pronunciation

hedonistically

/ˌhēdnˈistik(ə)lē/