more luxurious

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE LUXURIOUS

The room was a reproduction of her own bedroom at home, only newer and more luxurious.

No ambition to be more luxurious than his father troubles him at all.

Our new house was larger and more luxurious than the old one.

It hasn't quite the view, but the furnishings are more luxurious.

"Of course the flat in Paris is more luxurious than this," he said.

What on earth could be more luxurious than a sofa, a book, and a cup of coffee?

A more luxurious place could not have been found for a home.

The new city was, no doubt, rebuilt in a more luxurious manner.

Fishing and fowling were then the arts of more luxurious nations.

Mrs. Campbell, sinking back in her chair for the more luxurious perusal of the note: "Indeed I shall not."

WORD ORIGIN

c.1300, "lascivious, lecherous, unchaste," from Old French luxurios "lustful, lascivious" (Modern French luxurieux), from Latin luxuriosus, from luxuria (see luxury). Meaning "given to luxury, voluptuous" (of persons) is from c.1600. Of things, meaning "characterized by luxury" is attested from c.1650. Related: Luxuriously; luxuriousness.

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