lap of luxury


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in conditions of wealth and comfort

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Today people, and dogs, travel in the lap of luxury - yet there were only 5,000 at this year's Derby final.
They would clean the kitchen, prune the bushes and wash the laundry, all without complaint, while we humans would relax in the lap of luxury.
Five years later, Samuel has enjoyed the good life and sitting in the lap of luxury, but strange visions gnaw away at him.
Five more have won a day for two in the lap of luxury at a top health spa, and 20 more get vouchers for other activities.
whose preface is addressed to "my fellow Americans," tells us that he has "thought long and hard," "lived in the lap of luxury," and "looked death in the face.
Wynn Resorts offers high rollers the lap of luxury at the Wynn Las Vegas, which offers 2,700 hotel rooms, 20 restaurants, and an 18-hole golf course.
LIFE'S great for Scots music man Calvin Harris - surrounded by adoring and scantily clad women in the lap of luxury.
All I would say to this cosseted couple - the taxpayer keeps you two in the lap of luxury, no one else, and as far as I am concerned, you must take the shots when they come along, if you pardon the pun.
LAP OF LUXURY Julian Assange at Ellingham Hall, Norfolk, where he is staying as part of his bail conditions
THE William Hill Ayr Gold Cup is one of the highlights of the Scottish racing calendar and you can enjoy a memorable day out in the lap of luxury thanks to MailSport.
His basic wage would keep any Teessider in the lap of luxury at pounds 120,200 but on top of that he also gets a pounds 50,000 retention package, pounds 32,000 car allowance, pounds 24,000 "honorarium" -whatever that means, totalling pounds 226,200.
Those fortunate enough to be on the guest list for such a package can expect to watch the Test match in the lap of luxury.
Expenses for things like dog food, light bulbs, horse manure, televisions costing over pounds 2,000, furniture and flipping homes - in fact living in the lap of luxury at the taxpayers' expense while all these people are on the dole because of no fault of their own.
It wasn't him who won and it's a bloody big (not to mention arrogant) assumption that Angela's going to give him enough to keep him in the lap of luxury for life.