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extravagantly

See definition of extravagantly on Dictionary.com
  • as infreely
  • as inlargely
  • as inlavishly
  • as inovermuch
  • as inunduly
  • as inverbosely
  • as inwastefully

synonyms for extravagantly

  • effortlessly
  • liberally
  • readily
  • abundantly
  • amply
  • as one pleases
  • bountifully
  • cleanly
  • copiously
  • facilely
  • lavishly
  • lightly
  • like water
  • loosely
  • open-handedly
  • unhindered
  • unobstructedly
  • unstintingly
  • well
  • with a free hand
  • without encumbrance
  • without hindrance
  • without restraint
  • without stint
  • over
  • disproportionately
  • ever
  • excessively
  • extremely
  • illegally
  • immensely
  • immoderately
  • improperly
  • indecorously
  • inordinately
  • out of proportion
  • overfull
  • overly
  • too
  • underhandedly
  • unfairly
  • unjustifiably
  • unjustly
  • unnecessarily
  • unreasonably

antonyms for extravagantly

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  • difficultly
        • fairly
        • honestly
        • justly
        • moderately
        • reasonably
        • sensibly
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            How to use extravagantly in a sentence

            Bombastic flowers of extravagant colors and shapes hang from the nightclub’s roof.
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            “There was definitely some extravagant spending,” the prosecutor said.
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            Otherwise, the combination of ground prawns seasoned with garlic and ground pork marinated in Shaoxing wine — the filling for the fluttery dumplings — is extravagant, and richer for the broth in which they bob.
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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.
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            In campaign season, candidates make extravagant promises about all the bills they will pass.
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            He told me that he was still extravagantly fond of whiskey, though he was constantly "running it down."
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            His extravagantly tall fluffy hat was so perched on the top of his head that it was a wonder it did not fall off more frequently.
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            One bookseller's shop, where books are extravagantly dear, exists in the low town, and one other in the ascent to the upper.
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            He was the image of Juana, who secretly petted him extravagantly, although she pretended to like her younger son the better.
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            She was a tall and handsome woman, with extravagantly marine clothes and much false hair.
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