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luxury

noun accessory, added comfort, added connenience, added creature toy, added enjoyment, added pleasure, added state-of-the-art edition added technologgcal advancement, advantage, delight, delightfulness, ease of comfort, extra, extravagance, frill, gadgetry, newest product, nicety, nonessential, option, physical pleasure
Associated concepts: luxury tax
See also: prosperity
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We are very confident that our passengers will appreciate them for their quality and luxuriousness.
CHARLES OWO is enthusiastic about uniting the stories of its products and designs with men around the globe who have an insatiable appetite for fashion that portrays the luxuriousness of the CHARLES OWO brand.
Despite the luxuriousness of the setting, a sense of exclusion permeates the novel in a variety of ways.
headlamps and other features to evoke greater luxuriousness and modernity, with the updated styling appealing to consumers of all ages.
Griskevicius and Wang first investigated what other women infer about a woman's relationship partner based on the luxuriousness of her possessions.
One thing that is used in luxury cars to indicate the level of luxuriousness is a glovebox that opens slowly, using dampeners.
Justice Siddiqi said in his remarks that ZTBL owns a magnificent headquarters building but the arranging BoD's meetings at five-star hotels is just the luxuriousness of the high ups.
Constructed between 1910 and 1931, these movie houses with names like the Roxie, the Palace, the Rialto, and the Million Dollar Theater, once embodied the luxuriousness of Hollywood in its prime.
The student may read Homer or Aeschylus in the Greek without danger of dissipation or luxuriousness, for it implies that he in some measure emulate their heroes, and consecrate morning hours to their pages.
Some hotels I have left feeling refreshed and relaxed, others I recall for their swish decor, their luxuriousness, a la carte menus, enchanting location, five-star service or simply their oh-so-comfy pillows.
AG, a sponsor company attending the marcus evans EMEA Hospitality Summit 2012, on enhancing a hotel's luxuriousness through quality textile products.
Aya Nakkash, marketing manager at Nakkash Gallery, a furniture distributor and shop in Dubai, says that while the wealthy have not changed their spending habits, hotels have changed their definition of luxury, and are now looking for subtle ways to enhance guest experiences and convey their luxuriousness.