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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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