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- adv. In a manner that involves luxury, in an expensive or indulgent manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a luxurious manner; deliciously; voluptuously.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a rich manner
- adv. in an indulgently luxurious manner
Backed up by the concept of a 'liberal elite,' right-wingers could crony around with their corporate patrons in luxuriously appointed think tanks and boardrooms -- all the while purporting to represent the average overworked Joe.
The impossibly smooth, darkly handsome, impeccable former Madrid No8 and opinionated TVE commentator, with the kind of luxuriously thick hair that no one actually has but adorns barbers 'windows worldwide.
Most of them love a drink, a surprising number of them smoke, and they almost all eat well, by which I mean expensively and luxuriously.
In the North Gallery, art historian Ben Divall joins the eponymous owner of the Jonathan Hope collection in curating this show, exploring "the centuries-long trade and interaction between Indian textile and Javanese batik designs," with some swooningly beautiful hangings luxuriously displayed.
Francesca Bortolotto Possati Venice Venetian hotelier, vintner and philanthropist Francesca Bortolotto Possati , a third generation owner of the Bauer hotel, has just opened her newest property, the Villa F., a luxuriously restored 16th-century villa on the Giudecca.
In the sprouting system they're thrust into what is a perfect incubator for bacteria — they're warm and they're wet and they're growing luxuriously, Smith DeWaal says.
Zoe wiggled luxuriously on the bed, crooking her arm over her face.
Cara yawned luxuriously and hitched the comforter up around her neck.
The high-backed, luxuriously upholstered seat of brown leather gave her a sense of great comfort; yet even greater, it seemed to her, was the nearness and comfort of the man himself and of his body.
"A-a-h," he sighed long, almost luxuriously, and spoke with pauses for breath.