extravagant[ ik-strav-uh-guhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF extravagant
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXTRAVAGANT
As to this, extravagant pretensions have sometimes been advanced.
Manifestations of extravagant thirst, which water could not satisfy.
The Inca indulges in extravagant expressions of love for his daughter.
It is foolish and extravagant of me to want a second story when there are just the two of us.
The vegetation was extravagant in its luxuriance and splendor.
He hastened to disclaim the extravagant generosity of which she accused him.
I have just received the most extravagant letter imaginable from your Olivia.
I have not the better opinion of Mr. Lovelace for his extravagant volubility.
Under the feathers and silks of a foolish, extravagant woman.
Badman continues a loose blackguard, extravagant, idle and dissolute.