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used in The Lords of Discipline

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magnificent and luxurious — usually expensive
  • A guard on the football team, Cain was a native of Richmond, Virginia, and carried with him all the opulent aromas of Tidewater gentry gone to seed.
    Chapter 1.14 (1% in)
  • All the strict and opulent criteria of taste that had once brought pleasure to the wealthiest merchants of Charleston could be studied at leisure once you crossed the threshold of Twenty-Five East Bay Street.
    Chapter 1.2 (20% in)
  • A chandelier, the most famous in South Carolina, hung like a brilliant crystal stalactite from the ceiling, and the smell of furniture polish gave a permanent, opulent odor to the room, a perfume of endurance and nostalgia.
    Chapter 3.25 (30% in)

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