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One who is at the command of a wealth that is not financial yet chooses to hang out and camp in public places (like the sheltered pavilion in the town park). Usually sustained by unemployment money, these leisurely weekday independents typically have origins in some nice neighborhood. Fiercely aggressive about the correct pronunciation of popular authors, these hipster types often have self styled "religions" or "philosophies" that you probably won't 'get'. Immature with a marked narrow outlook, pavilionaires are somewhat akin to parkrats. All priorities and status are typically trumped by the pursuit of weed or beer.
(CAN BE FOUND IN LARGE NUMBERS AT THE VILLAGE PARK IN TALKEETNA, ALASKA)
A. Those kids are ALWAYS In the park! I wish they'd quit bumming beer and smokes from me.

B. Don't sweat it, they're just a bunch of worthless pavilionaires. We can keep the beer in the truck.
by thebozworth February 05, 2010
A noun. A homeless person who frequently uses a pavilion for shelter. But lives in a warm, tropical or glamorous location.
A pavilionaire living under a pavilion on a warm black sand beach of Hawaii.

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by Amanda Carnes February 11, 2009
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