Thesaurus / luxuries

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Luxuries intended for British officers found their way to rebel tables.

There were also a piano and some European luxuries strangely mingled with barbarous inventions.

A Journey to KatmanduLaurence Oliphant

The Christian stood aloof from the banquets and luxuries which undermined the virtues on which the strength of man is based.

Those last days of the campaign were, indeed, luxuries to Kittrell and to Edith, days of work and fun and excitement.

He cannot, by his energy, set aside the sentence of death, although he may produce the comforts and luxuries of life.

Notes on the Book of GenesisCharles Henry Mackintosh

It was true that in the summer they could live on the luxuries of the land in some respects.

A Little Girl in Old QuebecAmanda Millie Douglas

Cherries are among our first luxuries in the line of fruits.

Soil CultureJ. H. Walden

Among other luxuries, I see with my 'mind's eye,' a large plate of your nice apples on the dining-room table.

Tenting on the PlainsElizabeth B. Custer

To city folk, used to the luxuries of the east, I dare say that office would have seemed mean enough.

After awhile he forgets the luxuries that were once his, and in most respects life assumes a different aspect.

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