\ ˈlu̇ks How to pronounce luxe (audio) , ˈləks, ˈlüks How to pronounce luxe (audio) \

Definition of luxe

Other Words from luxe

luxe noun

Examples of luxe in a Sentence

we stayed only in luxe accommodations on the trip through the Loire Valley
Recent Examples on the Web Now the celebrity-beloved ultra-luxe hospitality brand is coming to Beverly Hills as part of a $2-billion garden-like residential complex called One Beverly Hills. Los Angeles Times, 9 June 2022 Occupying one of the most prestigious addresses in Manhattan, just steps from Central Park along the cultural nexus of Fifth Avenue, The Peninsula New York is an ultra-luxe urban escape in the city that never sleeps. Yola Robert, Forbes, 26 May 2022 Riley uses responsibly sourced down in its incredibly fluffy and luxe pillow. Lexie Sachs, Good Housekeeping, 17 May 2022 For hypebeasts in need of an edgy-luxe staple, this black denim jacket from Fear of God’s Essentials line will fit the bill. Thomas Hindle, The Hollywood Reporter, 12 May 2022 In 2008, Brown reports, the Duke of Edinburgh sent his tailor on London's ultra-luxe Saville Row, John Kent of Norton & Sons, a pair of 51-year-old trousers to be altered. Lauren Hubbard, Town & Country, 28 Apr. 2022 With costumes by Ian Fulcher and hair and makeup by Catherine Scoble, each scene is incredibly luxe. Jenny Singer, Glamour, 22 Apr. 2022 While Gilded Age fashion was known for sumptuous and luxe fabrics, ornate details and heavily structured, relatively modest silhouettes, many a celebrity treated the occasion as simply a night to dress in their most flamboyant finery. Washington Post, 2 May 2022 Starting at 1,075 square feet, the 60 suites and villas are categorically large and luxe. Anne Olivia Bauso, Travel + Leisure, 27 Mar. 2022 See More

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First Known Use of luxe

1812, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for luxe

French, from Latin luxus — more at luxury

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17 Jun 2022

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“Luxe.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 29 Jun. 2022.

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