- v become extravagant; indulge (oneself) luxuriously
- v enjoy to excess
- v thrive profusely or flourish extensively
- In an age when dogs enjoy weekly salon appointments and canine antidepressants, why shouldn't they also luxuriate at a spa? That's the thinking at Japan's Izu Kogen Wanwan (or .
- A few years ago, it seemed that the memories of the Fontainebleau's heyday when the likes of Jackie Gleason, Frank Sinatra and Marlene Dietrich used to luxuriate among its .
- Film lovers will luxuriate in the extraordinary imagery: a sword point that slo-mo slices through drops of water; soldiers squatting in a circle, caked in clay; lovers curled .
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- 'Thérèse': The dour bourgeois life of 1920s France
Thérèse begins with a scene of pure, unalloyed joy: Two teenage girls luxuriate in the summer sun. Best friends and neighbors, Thérèse and Anne belong to two wealthy families who own large tracts of pine-forested land in the Landes region of southwest France.
Sept. 6, 2013 - Philly.com
- Dave Eggers in Los Angeles Times
We don't pretend to have the solutions,Eggers says. "We're just asking a few questions. We admit how little we know, but we're trying to luxuriate in print and maybe remind people of everything it can do."
- Barbara Lawton in Milwaukee Small Business Times
Filmmakers coming to Milwaukee luxuriate in our Midwestern work ethic and frugality,Lawton said.
- Conor McPherson in Chicago Tribune
For me, Mamet was like a rock star,McPherson says. "His plays were so free. It was all American and very cool. You could luxuriate in his plays' meandering tributaries. I loved all the swearing. I didn't think it was gratuitous. It was the...