luxuriously luxuriously


  1. (adv) in an indulgently luxurious manner
  2. (adv) in a rich manner



  1. McCormick traveled the world aboard his own luxuriously outfitted B-17 bomber that included a swivel chair mounted in the plane's picture-window nose.
  2. Every detail is luxuriously provided for; for example, Virtuoso George Malcolm plays the relatively minor but fundamental role of harpsichord accompanist in four of the concertos.


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    The condominium market in Westport is alive and well. In the past year, sale prices ranged from $280,000 for a one-bedroom, 671-square-foot unit over retail space on Main Street to $1,125,000 for a three-bedroom, luxuriously renovated 4,000-plus-square-foot unit at Regent's Park.
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Westport News


  1. "I luxuriously get to pick and choose how much I want to work and how much I want to be (a) mom," says the mother of two, who comes to The Gorge on Saturday with the revived Lilith Tour. "I just don't want to miss any of it. So, I made a...
    on Jul 2, 2010 By: Sarah McLachlan Source: The Spokesman Review

  2. "Hilly's money is here," reported Kingsley Amis, "and we will drink it luxuriously."
    on Jul 8, 2010 By: Kingsley Amis Source:

  3. "The days in which dictators would consort in a boys' club and luxuriously look after themselves are over," said Nelson Chamisa in a statement. "Mr. Mengistu may be safe in Harare for now, but for how long?"
    on Dec 16, 2006 By: Nelson Chamisa Source:

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