extravagance


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something costly and unnecessary

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the quality of exceeding the appropriate limits of decorum or probability or truth

the trait of spending extravagantly

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"The old-fashioned British value of humility is not Meghan's strongest point and reports of her financial extravagance have grated on the public.
The move also does well to demonstrate to the public that the new leadership is committed to curtailing expenses on the public exchequer, foregoing personal extravagances.
Godrej Origins Mumbai is an extraordinary improvement that makes an immaculate mix of common and man-made extravagances for the high-life you have for the longest time been itching to live.
Another capacity audience indulged in the extravagance as cellist Leonard Elschenbroich and pianist Alexi Grynyuk performed the complete Beethoven cello sonatas in the second concert at this year's Cowbridge Music Festival.
Extravagance is the opposite of moderation and results in crossing the proper limits of consumption of resources.
Extravagance goes against this principle of equality.
The Qur'an warns believers against extravagance in eating and drinking.
He added that in these times of austerity, we need to smell the joy and life of abundance, generosity and extravagance.
We are not rich enough to afford such extravagance. Even if we were, this much luxury would be unwarranted," Euzdemir said.
PS18.79m is plenty for a perfectly decent sports hall so why Kirklees chose to build such a palatial facility at twice the price only those councillors who approved such an extravagance know.
A Tale of Monstrous Extravagance comes from a playwright, pianist and storyteller who considers the various cultural communities that have influenced his works, from Latin and French to Cree and Spanish, and draws intriguing connections between music and literature.
Extravagance is the watchword of the celebration -- not particularly extravagance in providing the most expensive of everything , but in the hospitality, the time and trouble taken.
Xi, who has been in office for a year, has implemented a high-profile campaign to eradicate "formalism, bureaucratism, hedonism and extravagance" among Communist Party members.
Just a couple of observations about the $100,000 UNH logo fiasco/embarrassment/ extravagance: