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A gratifying or being gratified
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  1. A gratifying or being gratified
  2. (Archaic) Reward or recompense for services or benefits
  3. Something that gratifies; cause for satisfaction
The characteristic of being costly.
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  1. The characteristic of being costly.
The state of being expensive; entailing great expense.
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  1. The state of being expensive; entailing great expense.
(Ecology) The number of types in a community.
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  1. (Ecology) The number of types in a community.
  2. (Uncountable) The state or quality of being rich; richdom.
  3. (Countable) The result or product of being rich.
Free time when one is not working or attending to other duties.
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  1. Free time when one is not working or attending to other duties.
The state or property of being luxurious, of being expensive or indulgently pleasant.
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  1. The state or property of being luxurious, of being expensive or indulgently pleasant.
Adherence to or practice of this philosophy
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  1. Adherence to or practice of this philosophy
  2. A philosophy advanced by Epicurus that considered happiness, or the avoidance of pain and emotional disturbance, to be the highest good and that advocated the pursuit of pleasures that can be enjoyed in moderation.
  3. Devotion to a life of pleasure and luxury.
(Philos.) The ethical doctrine that pleasure, variously conceived of in terms of happiness of the individual or of society, is the principal good and the proper aim of action
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  1. (Philos.) The ethical doctrine that pleasure, variously conceived of in terms of happiness of the individual or of society, is the principal good and the proper aim of action
  2. Self-indulgent pursuit of pleasure as a way of life
  3. Pursuit of or devotion to pleasure, especially to the pleasures of the senses.
The state or characteristic of being lavish.
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  1. The state or characteristic of being lavish.
An instance of excess in spending, behavior, or speech
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  1. An instance of excess in spending, behavior, or speech
  2. A spending of more than is reasonable or necessary; excessive expenditure; wastefulness
  3. Immoderate spending:
Excessive drinking of alcoholic liquor
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  1. Excessive drinking of alcoholic liquor
  2. Excessive use of alcoholic beverages.
  3. Lack of temperance, as in the indulgence of an appetite or a passion.
Lack of restraint; the quality of being unrestrained.
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  1. Lack of restraint; the quality of being unrestrained.
  2. Lack of or freedom from restraint.
Excessiveness, as of price or amount.
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  1. Excessiveness, as of price or amount.
  2. The state or characteristic of being exorbitant.
  3. A going beyond what is right or reasonable, as in demands, prices, etc.; extravagance
A carefree, lively outing.
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  1. A carefree, lively outing.
  2. A sudden indulgence in or outburst of an activity:
  3. A river, about 400 km (250 mi) long, of eastern Germany rising near the Czech border and flowing generally north to the Havel River at Berlin.
A spending of more than is reasonable or necessary; excessive expenditure; wastefulness
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  1. A spending of more than is reasonable or necessary; excessive expenditure; wastefulness
  2. The quality of being extravagant:
  3. Immoderate spending:
(Archaic, 17-19th centuries) A thing that is extravagant.
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  1. (Archaic, 17-19th centuries) A thing that is extravagant.
  2. Something extravagant.
  3. Extravagance.
An edging or trimming of lace, etc., gathered or pleated and attached along one edge but free at the other; ruffle
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  1. An edging or trimming of lace, etc., gathered or pleated and attached along one edge but free at the other; ruffle
  2. (Photog.) A wrinkling of the edge of a film, plate, etc.
  3. (Informal) Something that is desirable but not a necessity; a luxury.
Find another word for luxury. In this page you can discover 33 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for luxury, like: gratification, costliness, expensiveness, richness, idleness, leisure, luxuriousness, high living, prodigality, epicureanism and sybaritism.