from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- adj. Pertaining to taste or enjoyment; agreeable.
- n. The philosophy of taste.
It may be foolish of us to insist upon apolaustic happiness, but that is the kind of happiness that we can ourselves, most of us, best understand, and so we offer it to our ideal.
The penalties are much tougher than before, but, as other countries have found, they are necessary if any impression at all is to be made on the traditionally apolaustic attitudes of litterbugs.
My dances are in no way connected the prevalent cult of Apolaustic Hedonism. They are just the expressions of the soul.
'Apolaustic' comes from the Greek work for 'enjoyable.'