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luxury

lux·u·ry

luxury

 
pronunciation:
luhk sh ri [or] luhg zh ri
parts of speech:
noun, adjective
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part of speech: noun
inflections: luxuries
definition 1: that which provides pleasure but is not essential.
the luxury of having strawberries and champagne
 
synonyms:
gratification, indulgence, treat
antonyms:
necessity
similar words:
delicacy, extravagance, frill, nonessential, pleasure, style, superfluity
definition 2: the state of continually indulging in such pleasures.
a millionaire who lives in luxury
synonyms:
opulence
antonyms:
penury, poverty
similar words:
abundance, affluence, bed of roses, comfort, ease, enjoyment, extravagance, indulgence, pleasure, prodigality
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part of speech: adjective
definition: of, concerning, or providing nonessential pleasures.
a luxury cruise to Bermuda
similar words:
exclusive, first-class, luxurious, posh, swank
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