Definition of luxurious
1 : characterized by opulence, sumptuousness, or rich abundance : of, relating to, or marked by luxury luxurious accommodations
3 : of the finest and richest kind luxurious cashmeres a luxurious chocolate sauce
4 : lecherous
Examples of luxurious in a Sentence
one of the country's most luxurious resorts
a store that caters to the luxurious tastes of the rich
Recent Examples of luxurious from the Web
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For example, in China, frozen seafood is considered luxurious.
This success has afforded Dean a luxurious lifestyle.
High-end finishes in small spaces can create a luxurious feel without breaking the bank, says Mr. Liss.
After the Olympics, the couple would get married, embark on a long and luxurious honeymoon and then start a family.
Away from the sheikhs’ luxurious villas, you’d be hard-pressed to find a Sunni who has kind words for his or her leaders.
After lunch, couples can indulge in a side-by-side massage and champagne before sailing back to their blissfully breezy suites at the former sugar plantation turned ultra-luxurious resort.
When the Angels confiscated the luxurious carpet on which Jagger had performed, Terry the Tramp returned it.
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LUXURIOUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of luxurious for English Language Learners
: very comfortable and expensive : richly appealing
: feeling or showing a desire for expensive things
LUXURIOUS Defined for Kids
Definition of luxurious for Students
1 : very fine and comfortable : having an appealing rich quality a luxurious home
2 : feeling or showing a desire for fine and expensive things He has luxurious tastes.
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