lavishness


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the quality possessed by something that is excessively expensive

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Realtime Gaming presents players with the luxury and lavishness of grand gardens and royal riches in an easy-to-play video slot that guarantees credits turn into real cash rewards.
I am guilty of lavishness," Al Qubaisi told Gulf News.
For the working class we've always kept a very monochromatic palette, and when we go to the upperclass world, we give it brightness, elegance, richness and lavishness.
According to him, the definition of ' luxury' is shifting to a more realistic standard, with the focus more on lavishness in fitness and lifestyle sectors.
This fund is awarding those who take loans possibly for genuine reasons or in other cases for lavishness, while citizens who should be awarded for not borrowing and working according their finances are deprived of such privilege," said council financial and economic affairs committee secretary Dr Aysha Mubarak.
AS an enthusiastic counterpoint to the lavishness of the Welsh National Opera, Opera'r Ddraig, a small company run by students and recent graduates with a reputation for pulling off good quality productions on the cheap, demonstrated the sort of ambition the WNO would be proud of.
The lavishness of the LykanHypersport 2013 takes luxury to a whole new level.
A star's importance can usually be measured in the feet and inches, and general lavishness of their trailer.
There's no problem on that score in Act III what with the dolls-of-thenations speed-dating sequence, the melodrama of Von Rothbart's magical machinations and costumes that take lavishness to a whole new level.
Yes I was born rich; it was a classic Californian lineage: lavishness and ostentation, luxury mansions with pools, private clubs, exclusive friendships, and luxury cars," Contactmusic quoted her as telling L'Uomo Vogue.
The virtues of that prose--exactitude and lavishness in equal measure; the dashing, balanced sentences seemingly always on the edge of freezing into aphorism, and always, finally, successful in slipping that inertia--are only intermittently visible; readers expecting the novelist's ruins to yield up a heap of gilt and precious stones--a sort of Faberge omelet--will find themselves disappointed.
The wedding industry in the region is driven not just by the growing affluence among the newer generation but also our culture and tradition where such events are known for their lavishness, opulence and class," said Saif Mohammed Al Midfa, Director General of Expo Centre Sharjah.
Bahrain must tighten its belt to reduce lavishness, rationalise spending and protect public money.
Christmas is, after all, a time for lavishness, and mystical and opulent touches help create a decadent space which, for many, is an oasis away from economic austerity.
Vladimir Parvanov, the elder son of Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov, married his long-time girlfriend Tsvetanka in July 2010 in what has been described by everyone as a "modest ceremony," shying away from much publicity and lavishness.