deluxe

adjective
de·​luxe | \ di-ˈləks How to pronounce deluxe (audio) , dē- also -ˈlu̇ks, -ˈlüks \

Definition of deluxe

: notably luxurious, elegant, or expensive a deluxe edition deluxe hotels

Examples of deluxe in a Sentence

the deluxe model of the car The deluxe edition of the book includes many more illustrations.
Recent Examples on the Web The set will be available in both a 16-track edition and a 50-track deluxe version (pictured below) dubbed Finally Enough Love: 50 Number Ones. Billboard Staff, Billboard, 4 May 2022 Earlier in April, Marzz released a deluxe version of Love Letterz, adding seven songs to the six-track original that explore love, loss, and emotional turmoil. Meagan Jordan, Rolling Stone, 22 Apr. 2022 In February, the duo celebrated the 25th anniversary of Homework by releasing a deluxe edition of the album and hosting a one-time-only livestream of a 1997 concert via Twitch. Emily Zemler, Rolling Stone, 14 Apr. 2022 Sullivan released Heaux Tales in January 2021 and followed up with a deluxe edition this February. ELLE, 4 Apr. 2022 On March 18, the set was reissued in a deluxe digital and streaming edition (with three additional tracks), and was issued on CD, vinyl LP and cassette configurations for the first time. Keith Caulfield, Billboard, 28 Mar. 2022 With the deluxe version of Future Past that came out a few weeks ago, were those 3 new tracks recorded along with the original album? Al Shipley, SPIN, 23 Mar. 2022 Out today via Daft Life with distribution by ADA/Warner Music, this deluxe edition contains the original album along with 15 remixes of the album — including nine that were previously unreleased on streaming platforms. Katie Bain, Billboard, 22 Feb. 2022 The deluxe album comes several months before they’re set to go on tour and perform at festivals such as Governor’s Ball and Bottle Rock. Tomás Mier, Rolling Stone, 11 Feb. 2022 See More

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First Known Use of deluxe

1819, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for deluxe

French de luxe, literally, of luxury

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10 May 2022

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“Deluxe.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/deluxe. Accessed 21 May. 2022.

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deluxe

adjective
de·​luxe | \ di-ˈləks How to pronounce deluxe (audio) , -ˈlu̇ks \

Kids Definition of deluxe

: very fine or luxurious

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