- n. Plural form of luxury.
“And at the market, she's cutting back on what she calls luxuries like ice - cream and cake.”
“CHERNOFF: Carol is lowering her thermostat, driving less, economizing on holiday presents for her grandchildren and at the market she's cutting back on what she calls luxuries like ice cream and cake.”
“It is otherwise with taxes upon what I call luxuries; even upon those of the poor.”
“They fall almost altogether upon what I call luxuries, excepting always the four duties above mentioned, upon salt, soap, leather, candles, and, perhaps, that upon green glass.”
“Frederick was fully sensible of the sacrifice that his father made of his pride: but that which he was willing to make of what he called his luxuries, his son's affection and sense of justice forbade him to accept.”
“The problem with luxuries is you get used to them.”
“Oddly enough, buying luxuries is global development.”
“She is entitled to certain luxuries like a long hot bubble bath or dessert after dinner.”
“ARLINGTON, Texas — There are certain luxuries that come with winning a championship.”
“Everyone has certain luxuries, and it's almost becoming standard or the norm to have a backup generator system.”
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