luxuriate


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Related to luxuriate: congealed
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Chasing down your career goals takes persistence (and incredible resilience), but it's all worth it once you find your place where, like Dudley Williams, you can just luxuriate in the joy of dancing.
THE bathroom is the one place that offers peace and quiet from the world and where most of us escape to luxuriate in a bubble bath or revive ourselves under a power shower.
I thought, surely this book will enjoy its protagonist's misogyny; surely such a book will not be able to help but luxuriate in the horrific little ways its small hero finds to degrade women.
We are confident that our patrons flying to and from Delhi and Bengaluru routes will luxuriate in the enhanced travel experience on-board the Qatar Airways' Dreamliner.
Guests can enjoy afternoon tea in the iconic Palm Court, dine in the exquisite Grand Ballroom and luxuriate in the soothing vinotherapy spa.
Yet for all his great achievements over the past year, which were launched by his unparalleled performance at the SCG, Clarke refuses to luxuriate in his success.
Recruit 28 scholars to dissect the histories of their 28 homelands and luxuriate in the results.
LUXURIATE in the snuggly softness of this charcoal grey long faux fur belted coat, PS98, right, Topshop.
SECURE in their jobs, senior management of Birmingham City Council luxuriate in their contemptuous apathy, whilst rank and file city workers, diligent in their duties, face shorter hour revised contracts or the prospect of redundancy.
We stocked the dugout with enough icy Kudweisers to luxuriate through any disaster mitigated by the elbows-out South soundtrack played by DJ Dirrty.
Is yours one of the fingers punching in Anne Widdecombe's number so that you'll have another week to luxuriate in her making a fool of herself?
By the construction of a lake we not only luxuriate paddy fields but also maintain the underground water level.