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- n. The state or property of being luxurious, of being expensive or indulgently pleasant.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or quality of being luxurious.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. wealth as evidenced by sumptuous living
The rampant luxuriousness which is willing to throw away large means for a trial and for a fancy which may lead to nothing, and yet a scrupulous economy which reaches its ends with the smallest possible waste, must blend.
But it was only with the rise of consumer culture, and the Industrial Revolution, that luxuriousness gained respectable and desirable associations.
The X factor at Nebesa isn't the luxuriousness of the hotel – it's actually fairly simple.
For this reason, there are numerous Mercedes parts available that will allow you to replace, protect, or even just stylize the interior of your vehicle to ensure that the luxuriousness of your ride will stay that way.
The conveyance that met them at the station had all the dignity and luxuriousness of a private carriage.
When I dropped by the Al Bustan Rotana during a recent trip to Dubai, it struck me that the luxuriousness of the hotel has not been fully conveyed.
A Jamaican beach resort with interiors designed with the signature classic, clean lines and understated luxuriousness of Ralph Lauren.
There's a certain undeniable scale and luxuriousness to Karan's show.
In the pre-globalization age, social thinkers had the luxury of speculating about the luxuriousness of luxury.
Perhaps that's why actresses are so drawn to the opulent luxuriousness of European couture.
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