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dissipate to waste one's health, money, talent, or the like in the extravagant pursuit of pleasure. [1/4 definitions]
excessive more than is required, expected, or considered reasonable; extravagant or immoderate.
flaming (informal) extravagant, striking, or flagrant. [1/4 definitions]
heroic (pl.) extravagant or heroic behavior. [1/4 definitions]
highflier a person who thinks, speaks, or acts in a boastful, extravagant, or visionary way. [1/2 definitions]
high-flown excessive or extravagant, as in self-esteem, goals, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
huckster (informal) one who writes advertising or promotional material, often of an extravagant or misleading type. [1/4 definitions]
hype to promote or advertise, esp. by extravagant, exaggerated methods or claims. [2/4 definitions]
la-di-da characteristic of the wealthy in lavishness; extravagant. [1/3 definitions]
lavish abundant or expensive; extravagant. [1/3 definitions]
live high on (or off) the hog (informal) to live in a wealthy or extravagant style or manner.
modest humble in appearance; not showy or extravagant; unpretentious. [1/5 definitions]
overextravagant combined form of extravagant.
princely characteristic of or suitable to a prince; splendid; extravagant. [1/2 definitions]
prodigal imprudent and excessive in spending; extravagant. [1/3 definitions]
profligate spending imprudently and excessively; extravagant. [1/3 definitions]
profusion extravagant expense. [1/3 definitions]
roué a man of low morals or extravagant habits.
sober plain and unadorned; not extravagant. [1/6 definitions]
spendthrift one who is extravagant or wasteful with money; squanderer. [2 definitions]
splurge an act or instance of extravagant spending, often as a display of wealth. [1/4 definitions]