Thesaurus / extravagantly
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I’m not saying you should plan an extravagant outdoor adventure for your dog, and then bring yourself along for the ride, but I’m not not saying that, either.

How to Adventure SoloBlair BravermanNovember 4, 2020Outside Online

In campaign season, candidates make extravagant promises about all the bills they will pass.

The girls were not extravagantly provided for, but for example's sake he reduced their allowance by one-third.

Promises may be recklessly and extravagantly made merely for the sake of getting votes.

It was certainly the Mafferton idiosyncrasy to be extravagantly kind.

An American Girl in LondonSara Jeannette Duncan

Think well on it, you who have so extravagantly and not unwisely delivered yourself on flounces and ruffles.

The Book of KhalidAmeen Rihani

This event was celebrated by Cervantes in a poem which extravagantly lauds his sovereign.

A Short History of SpainMary Platt Parmele

The food supplied to the American armies has been extravagantly good, and certainly has been wastefully abundant.

Money raised by taxes should be spent wisely, honestly, and not extravagantly.

The Canadian Girl at WorkMarjory MacMurchy

He 337 had been subservient to Nicholas, extravagantly amused to learn of the trick that had been played.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.