In its solid rooms Carol and Kennicott found prints from other days which the house had seen—tail-coats of robin’s-egg blue, clumsy Red River carts laden with luxurious furs, whiskered Union soldiers in slant forage caps and rattling sabers.
It was luxurious in bed, and the house would be warm for her when she rose, she reflected.
He burrowed beneath the bedclothes in a luxurious stretch, and came up like a diver, shaking his head, as he complained, "How’s that?
She crossed her trousered legs, and snuggled luxuriously above her saucer of ginger; she caught Pollock’s congratulatory still smile, and thought well of herself for having thrown a rose light on the pallid lawyer; repented the heretical supposition that any male save her husband existed; jumped up to find Kennicott and whisper, "Happy, my lord?
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a luxurious room with an ocean view
Habit converts luxurious enjoyments into dull and daily necessities