luxury[ luhk-shuh-ree, luhg-zhuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF luxury
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And jest when I was lookin' forward to luxury and palaces in England, and everything so grand!
He was trying to fit his own ideas of luxury to a garden hose and a city street.
I often said, 'It does not really belong to us, and we are living in luxury from the property of another.
And as for cold and nakedness, they are evils introduced by luxury and custom.
It was a luxury so penetrating and powerful that it affected him like an opiate.
You said, 'It grieved you that I was poor; that you could not restore to me the luxury and wealth I had lost.'
This is a very modest narrative of fact, and we could not afford so dramatic a luxury as that.
I belong to a profession in which that luxury is sometimes denied us.'
I am, myself, as great an enemy to the luxury and splendour of the clergy as he can be.
I was in despair, though, for I felt that I could not live without comfort and luxury.
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