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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • The baron, followed by the count, traversed a long series of apartments, in which the prevailing characteristics were heavy magnificence and the gaudiness of ostentatious wealth, until he reached the boudoir of Madame Danglars—a small octagonal-shaped room, hung with pink satin, covered with white Indian muslin.

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  • Although wealthy, the family is not ostentatious.
  • She arrived in an ostentatious stretch limo.

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