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lux·u·ri·ous

 (lŭg-zho͝or′ē-əs, lŭk-sho͝or′-)
adj.
1. Marked by luxury or a fondness for luxury: luxurious taste.
2. Providing great pleasure or comfort, especially at great cost: luxurious bedsheets that were made of silk. See Synonyms at sensuous.

lux·u′ri·ous·ly adv.
lux·u′ri·ous·ness n.

luxurious

(lʌɡˈzjʊərɪəs)
adj
1. characterized by luxury
2. enjoying or devoted to luxury
3. an archaic word for lecherous
[C14: via Old French from Latin luxuriōsus excessive]
luxˈuriously adv
luxˈuriousness n
Usage: Luxurious is sometimes wrongly used where luxuriant is meant: he had a luxuriant (not luxurious) moustache; the walls were covered with a luxuriant growth of wisteria

lux•u•ri•ous

(lʌgˈʒʊər i əs, lʌkˈʃʊər-)

adj.
1. characterized by or conducive to luxury: a luxurious hotel.
2. given or inclined to luxury: a person with luxurious tastes.
3. given to pleasure, esp. of the senses.
4. present or occurring in great abundance; luxuriant.
[1300–50; Middle English < Latin]
lux•u′ri•ous•ly, adv.
lux•u′ri•ous•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.luxurious - displaying luxury and furnishing gratification to the senses; "an epicurean banquet"; "enjoyed a luxurious suite with a crystal chandelier and thick oriental rugs"; "Lucullus spent the remainder of his days in voluptuous magnificence"; "a chinchilla robe of sybaritic lavishness"
indulgent - characterized by or given to yielding to the wishes of someone ; "indulgent grandparents"
2.luxurious - rich and superior in quality; "a princely sum"; "gilded dining rooms"
rich - suggestive of or characterized by great expense; "a rich display"

luxurious

adjective
2. self-indulgent, pleasure-loving, champagne, sensual, pampered, voluptuous, sybaritic, epicurean She had come to enjoy this luxurious lifestyle.
self-indulgent poor, plain, sparing, deprived, economical, austere, Spartan, ascetic, thrifty
Usage: Luxurious is sometimes wrongly used where luxuriant is meant: he had a luxuriant (not luxurious) moustache; the walls were covered with a luxuriant growth of wisteria.

luxurious

adjective
Characterized by extravagant, ostentatious magnificence:
Informal: plushy.
Translations
مُترَفٌمُتْرَف، فَخْم
luxusnípřepychový
luksuriøs
ylellinen
luksuzan
luxus-
lúxus-, ríkmannlegur
贅沢な
호화로운
razkošen
lyxig
หรูหรา
sang trọng

luxurious

[lʌgˈzjʊərɪəs] ADJ [house, apartment, hotel, furnishings] → lujoso, de lujo; [life] → de lujo

luxurious

[lʌgˈʒʊəriəs] adj [hotel, life-style] → luxueux/euse

luxurious

adjluxuriös; foodüppig; a luxurious hotelein Luxushotel nt; luxurious travelLuxusreisen pl; luxurious carLuxusauto nt; he is a man of luxurious habits/tasteser hat einen luxuriösen Lebensstil/einen Hang zum Luxus; with a luxurious sighmit einem wohligen Seufzer

luxurious

[lʌgˈzjʊərɪəs] adj (gen) → lussuoso/a, di lusso; (surroundings) → di lusso; (meal, tastes) → raffinato/a, di lusso

luxury

(ˈlakʃəri) plural ˈluxuries noun
1. great comfort usually amongst expensive things. They live in luxury; (also adjective) gold jewellery and other luxury goods.
2. something pleasant but not necessary, and often rare and expensive. We're going to give up all those luxuries and only spend money on essentials.
luxurious (lagˈzjuəriəs) adjective
supplied with luxuries. a really luxurious flat/life.
luˈxuriously adverb
luˈxuriousness noun

luxurious

مُترَفٌ luxusní luksuriøs luxuriös πολυτελής lujoso ylellinen luxueux luksuzan lussuoso 贅沢な 호화로운 luxueus luksuriøs luksusowy luxuoso роскошный lyxig หรูหรา lüks sang trọng 奢侈的
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A DISHONEST Gain was driving in its luxurious carriage through its private park, when it saw something which frantically and repeatedly ran against a stone wall, endeavouring to butt out its brains.
For this reason a sleeping apartment should never be furnished with a fire, which is one of the luxurious discomforts of the rich.
It is a great deal more natural than one could wish, that a young man, brought up by those who are proud, luxurious, and selfish, should be proud, luxurious, and selfish too.
All that was most sugared and musical and generally delusive in the old library of her fathers had been brought out to this little woodland library, and to that nucleus of old leather-bound poets and romancers, long since dead, yet as alive and singing on their shelves as any bird on the sunny boughs outside, my young lady's private purse had added all that was most sugared and musical and generally delusive in the vellum bound Japanese-paper literature of our own luxurious day.
Nor do I fear that my sensible reader, though most luxurious in his taste, will start, cavil, or be offended, because I have named but one article.
In Moscow he had for the first time felt, after his luxurious and coarse life at Petersburg, all the charm of intimacy with a sweet and innocent girl of his own rank, who cared for him.
Many a man is harassed to death to pay the rent of a larger and more luxurious box who would not have frozen to death in such a box as this.
In truth, this gentleman is a luxurious Ottoman, swimming about over the watery world, surroundingly accompanied by all the solaces and endearments of the harem.
Nor does it appear to be a rash conjecture that its young swarms might often be tempted to gather honey in the more blooming fields and milder air of their luxurious and more delicate neighbors.
And, besides, the profitable offices under the government were filled by men who had lived in London, and had there contracted fashionable and luxurious habits of living which they would not now lay aside.
They entered the elegant, newly decorated, and luxurious dining room.
With the ornaments on the walls and ceilings cleaned and brightened up, and with the heavy old-fashioned beds, chairs, and tables replaced by bright, pretty, and luxurious modern furniture, these two promised to be at once the most attractive and the most comfortable bedchambers in the hotel.