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LUXURIOUS adjective definition and synonyms Macmillan Dictionary.
Making you feel comfortable. Definition and synonyms of luxurious from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education. This is the British English definition of luxurious. View American English definition of luxurious. Change your default dictionary to American English. View the pronunciation for luxurious.
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LUXURIOUS meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
Definition of luxurious from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's' Dictionary Thesaurus Cambridge University Press. Examples of luxurious. Here is a writer who loves words, and one senses his striving for prose to match the luxurious scope afforded by his commission. From the Cambridge English Corpus. luxurious English Dictionary.
Dictionary English German: luxurious. Translation 1 9 of 9. luxurious more luxurious most luxurious. epicurean luxuriant luxurious. epicurean luxuriant luxurious sybaritic voluptuary voluptuous. deluxe gilded grand luxurious opulent princely sumptuous. more luxurious adj. most luxurious adj. most luxurious adj. a luxurious life.
Luxurious definition of luxurious by The Free Dictionary.
HarperCollins Publishers 2005. adj luxuriös; food üppig; a luxurious hotel ein Luxushotel nt; luxurious travel Luxusreisen pl; luxurious car Luxusauto nt; he is a man of luxurious habits/tastes er hat einen luxuriösen Lebensstil /einen Hang zum Luxus; with a luxurious sigh mit einem wohligen Seufzer.
Luxurious Definition of Luxurious by Merriam-Webster.
1: characterized by opulence, sumptuousness, or rich abundance: of, relating to, or marked by luxury luxurious accommodations. 2: pleasure loving: fond of luxury or self-indulgence luxurious tastes luxurious feeling. 3: of the finest and richest kind luxurious cashmeres a luxurious chocolate sauce.
luxurious Wiktionary.
2.1 Alternative forms. From Middle English luxurious, from Old French luxurios modern French luxurieux, from Latin luxuriosus rank, luxuriant, profuse, excessive, immoderate, from luxuria rankness, luxury, from luxus extravagance, luxury. UK IPA key: /l.i.s/, /lzj.i.s/, /lksj.i.s/. UK IPA key: /l.i.s/, /lk.i.s/. luxurious comparative more luxurious, superlative most luxurious.

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