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n.1.The act of lavishing.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Rosamond had to make her little confession, and he poured out words of gratitude and tenderness with impulsive lavishment. In half an hour he left the house an engaged man, whose soul was not his own, but the woman's to whom he had bound himself.
The image makes her reflect: "[what] a lavishment of effort and technique, no refinement spared--the equivalent, Edgar thought, of medieval church architecture" ("The Angel" 96).
In pre-test, an ad poster including a firm's brand and a series of food products of the firm and some symbols of quality standard and a picture of nature and mountain in the context of poster is presented to the audiences and in post-test, all above mentioned information in addition to two Islamic phrase in the form of two Quranic verses (about human dignity and getting away of lavishment) are shown.