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luxurious
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The Fountainhead
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  • She looked at the crystal objects spread before her; they were like sculptures in ice—they proclaimed her own cold, luxurious fragility; and she thought of his strained body, of his clothes drenched in dust and sweat, of his hands.
  • He was a member of a corporation formed for the purpose of erecting a luxurious hotel on Central Park South.
  • He did not feel like working and he allowed himself a rest, relaxing luxuriously in an armchair, letting his fingers follow the rhythm of a complicated symphony.
  • It contained a few branches of white lilac, more extravagantly luxurious than orchids at this time of the year.
  • The paper was like a luxurious mistress whose every need was satisfied without inquiry about the price.
  • Everything on the yacht had an air that made her think it was the first truly luxurious place she had ever entered: the luxury was secondary, a background so proper to him that it could be ignored.
  • I want it to be a palace—only I don’t think palaces are very luxurious.
  • The walls of Wynand’s office—the only luxurious room in the Banner Building—were made of cork and copper paneling and had never borne any pictures.

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  • a luxurious room with an ocean view
  • Habit converts luxurious enjoyments into dull and daily necessities
    Aldous Huxley

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