lavishly

[ lav-ish ]SEE DEFINITION OF lavishly

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LAVISHLY

Indeed, they were sumptuously, lavishly, prodigally provided for.

So long as he had it he used it lavishly, thoughtlessly, very often generously.

He changed his meat plate now, and helped him lavishly to tart.

The English government had lavishly distributed signs of authority.

He impairs with one hand the value of what he has so lavishly yielded with the other.

Her decorative tastes were decidedly Eastern and lavishly extravagant.

He took her father and herself to the theater—not too lavishly.

But occasionally there are books that the binder can decorate as lavishly as he is able.

"No, my duck," the hunchback woman answered, lavishly tender.

At one moment he was lavishly generous; at another, incredibly mean.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR LAVISHLY

profusely

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