Examples of opulent in a Sentence
an opulent upper crust that liked to show off its possessions
an opulent mansion filled with priceless art and antiques
Recent Examples of opulent from the Web
Out of all opulent homes in the country, the most common trophies are a pool (36.5 percent), bar (22.7 percent) and gourmet kitchen (12.6 percent).
Millionaires' Row, a four-mile stretch of Euclid Avenue from Public Square to East 105th Street, was the locale of 250 of the most opulent homes in the country, and reputedly where half the millionaires in the world lived.
In a weird way, opulent freebies have become as synonymous with the Oscars as the movies themselves, owing to the fact that brands upon brands upon brands have astutely taken the opportunity to advertise at one of the most A-list events of the year.
In his movie, which follows two upper crust girls gone very bad, prep schooler Lily (Anya Taylor-Joy) lives in a mansion so opulent the camera tags along when each visitor gets the tour.
Built in the Beaux-Arts tradition, the building share, to varying degrees, that school of architecture’s love of the opulent, the monumental and an abundance of art and ornamentation.
The atmosphere is absolutely opulent and the drinks match.
Most recently, the government rounded up dozens of members of the political and business elite as part of a widespread crackdown on corruption, and held them in Riyadh’s opulent Ritz Carlton hotel on the orders of the crown prince.
The 2019 Toyota Avalon will come in four grades: the athletic and all-new XSE, the Touring, the more opulent XLE, and Limited.
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Origin and Etymology of opulent
First Known Use: circa 1518See Words from the same year
in the chips;
Synonym Discussion of opulent
- became rich through shrewd investing
- wealthy landowners
- an affluent society
- an opulent mansion
OPULENT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of opulent for English Language Learners
: very comfortable and expensive
: very wealthy
OPULENT Defined for Kids
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