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opulent
used in I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

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magnificent and luxurious — usually expensive
  • Many women who worked in their kitchens traded at our Store, and when they carried their finished laundry back to town they often set the big baskets down on our front porch to pull a singular piece from the starched collection and show either how graceful was their ironing hand or how rich and opulent was the property of their employers.
    p. 25.8
opulent = magnificent and luxurious — usually expensive
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