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- adv. In an opulent manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an opulent manner; richly; with abundance or splendor.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a sumptuous and opulent manner
These military and policemen are poorly paid, except for a few who are living opulently.
WSJ: You yourself might be accused of living opulently.
In response to claims that the king is living opulently as his subjects are destitute, the king's private secretary Mbongeni Simelane said, "They're lying" and declined comment further.
Who in the world of premium cable would want The Borgias, Showtime's opulently lurid follow-up to The Tudors, to be subtle?
This eye-catching and opulently designed wooden set is meant to be integrated in a bedroom, but is also fit for a classy hallway or a living-room with a wooden theme.
She is dramatically illuminated by a single candle, a La Tour hallmark, its mesmerizing flame reflected at a slight angle in the opulently framed mirror on a low dressing table.
The well's circular, opulently sculpted walls are captured in contrasting light-and-shade effects that reveal the artistic complexity of this iconic site in a single image.
The door opened and I was admitted to an opulently furnished room, replete with carvings, the finest textiles, and burnished, stamped-patterned ceramics.
What editor could ignore the O.C.'s opulently buxom Christian Alexis telling us that "God is my savior, my husband is my king, and my body..."
Many say the launch, a champagne-rich affair in an opulently decorated central London hotel bar, is the most impressive they have seen in many years.
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