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opulent
used in The Age of Innocence

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Definition
magnificent and luxurious — usually expensive
  • Archer raised his head quickly: he could never hear the name without the sharp vision of Beaufort's heavy figure, opulently furred and shod, advancing through the snow at Skuytercliff.
    Chapter 26 (52% in)

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