extravagancy


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Synonyms for extravagancy

something costly and unnecessary

Synonyms for extravagancy

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

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Amid public criticism for its extravagancy, reports in the media have also linked the presidential office with corruption.
Excess of it is extravagancy and inadequacy of it is meanness.
The government's extravagancy that keeps high budget deficits financing raises the interest rate on borrowings and crowds out the private sector seeking funds for investment.
All accusations of corruption and extravagancy (as in Goa) by the BJP-run state governments are henceforth to be seen as a bundle of lies.
In Jung's point of view, a healthy body is someone having a balance between his/her different self-powers and parts; any extravagancy in every part may lead to disorder and cause problems like depression, anxiety, lack of self-confidence, self-alienation, jealousy and loss in mental health.
Ericeira also mentions Njinga, who at the time was one of the most important African curiosities in Europe, on account of the "extravagancy of her life." But he did not refer to the battle of Mbwila, to which the Mercurio thirteen years earlier had given prominence.
Extravagancy habit has its deep root in out traditional and cultural life, she added.
The committee stated that the real solution can be applied by imposing a financial and scientific plan to stop the extravagancy aspects in the country adding that the country needs anintegrated reform plan especially in the political life.