extravagantly extravagantly  /ˌɛk ˈstræ və ɡənt li/


  1. (adv) in an abundant manner
  2. (adv) in a wasteful manner
  3. (adv) in a rich and lavish manner


  1. In real life they looked small, sallow, extravagantly Vaselined, with poofter pompadours and funny shoes.
  2. John Self, the extravagantly wretched man at the heart of this wonderfully funny book, is no ordinary pig.
  3. The two statements, 11 weeks apart, are extravagantly dissonant.


  1. Cancer Daily Horoscope for June 14, 2013

    It's time for you to open up your wallet and really give extravagantly -- though the cause may be to your retail therapy fund! You can make up for it later, but right now is the time to spend. More horoscopes! Check your Daily Single's LoveScopes , Daily Couple's LoveScopes , Daily CareerScopes , Weekly RomanticScopes , Monthly FitnessScopes , more ... Today's Free Sample Reading: The Year of ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Astrology.com

  2. Tom Cruise's Daughter Isabella Cruise Enjoys Low-Key Trip to Italy

    If your parents are Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman, no one would fault you for traveling extravagantly, right? Well, for 20-year-old Isabella Cruise, a private jet is obviously not...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: E! Online


  1. "Financial names are by no means cheap now," Wang said. "But compared with property firms and many other extravagantly priced companies, their valuations are acceptable."
    on Aug 3, 2007 By: Wang Sheng Source: Forbes

  2. "I have read all the reports in the media over few days with considerable dismay. Matters are not only being blown extravagantly out of proportion but my initial comments in response to Charu Sharma have been twisted and turned in a bizarre...
    on May 16, 2008 By: Vijay Mallya Source: Hindu

  3. ...suggested that Kagan's public support for Barak, during a ceremony at Harvard, was enough to disqualify her as a nominee for the nation's highest court: "He has the most extravagantly activist record that I know of," said Bork. "His...
    on Jun 28, 2010 By: Robert Bork Source: National Catholic Register

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