lavish

[ lav-ish ]SEE DEFINITION OF lavish

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LAVISH

In the twenty-three years of his life, every gift that money could lavish had been his.

Since the death of her father, there had been none on whom she could lavish the great gifts of her tenderness.

It is an English habit to rail at the lavish expenditure of the French Government.

At this Chaigneux, scenting a loan, collapsed into the most lavish thanks.

I am begging for a crust from the lavish plenty, all because I am struggling to be honest.

But the peasant is not lavish, and, for whole weeks, he did not bring back a sou.

The profusion too, the rich and lavish bounty, of that goodly tavern!

Tarog, where he had spent youth and money with a lavish hand.

They were lavish in their love of Lycomedes, and thought there was no one his equal.

I have all that wealth can buy and love can lavish upon me, but, God help me!

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