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- adv. In a lavish manner, expending profusely.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a lavish manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a lavish manner; with profuse expense; prodigally.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a wasteful manner
- adv. in a rich and lavish manner
They reassessed some accounts, dug up others that had been long forgotten, and began to publish these findings, many for the first time, in lavishly annotated volumes.
At many points in Mexico, he scattered coin lavishly and accumulated cords of alleged original records and he even found paintings of his wife's alleged ancestors.
English-speaking colony of the United States of America is always called lavishly hospitable by the English traveler.
Alliterations, puns, antithetical forms of expression lavishly employed where no corresponding opposition existed between the thoughts expressed, strained allegories, pedantic allusions, everything, in short, quaint and affected, in matter and manner, made up what was then considered as fine writing.
If the news media did it's job it would be playing the campaign promises Obama made about how we are all going to have to sacrifice and live less "lavishly" and how people with money are going to have to "pay" for being rich.
In my case, some bikes such as lavishly-appointed and colorway-coordinated fixed-gears tend to make me angry.
I did not live "lavishly" in that year that I worked as an independent contractor we're not talking about a huge amount of income, and certainly do not live lavishly now.
Camp2 thinks Najib is giving away "lavishly" what belongs to the Malays to the non-Malays, and is out to sabotage Najib's 1Malaysia so as to bring an end to his leadership.
And yet again, broader, stronger, deeper, lavishly spilling streamers to right and left, it flaunted the midmost zenith with its gorgeous flare, and passed on and down to the further edge of the world.
Isn't it the lavishly endowed, extravagantly equipped research center where the smartest people in the world are inventing a future so far away from what real people -- and especially poor people -- even think about?
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