Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Making, or disposed to make, a splurge.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • You can find eco versions of pretty much everything you use in your every day life, and even "splurgy" luxury items!

    Carolyn Scott: Happy Earth Weekend!!

  • Check into the historic, Western-decorated Wort Hotel if you're feeling splurgy from $359 in summer, 50 N.

    Jackson Hole

  • A big bag of frozen peas plus more of the omnipresent onion, a little cardamom, and some splurgy but organic chicken broth = at least two dinner's worth of gooood pea soup.

    Cat Rambo

  • One of that crook-necked, yellow kind with warts all over it, and a great, big, splurgy vine behind it to account for its being there at all.

    A Voice in the Wilderness

  • I told her mother she ought to take that splurgy ring off the poor little thing's thumb.

    The Jimmyjohn Boss and Other Stories

  • If you’re feeling splurgy, you can pick up Briggs’ other DIY zines, also from Microcosm: Nontoxic House Cleaners and Herbal First Aid for another dollar apiece!

    Summer Reading: Make Your Place. Affordable, Sustainable Nesting Skills

  • * ordering and paying for delivery or take away (splurgy) * bringing food

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  • It may be that I can introduce some of her and her daughter's splurgy and garish misconceptions without making myself hopelessly ridiculous. "

    Unleavened Bread

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