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use "lavish" in a sentence

He was suspended after wasting church money on his lavish residence.

There’s more at stake than just the size of their trailer and other lavish perks.

Most of the biggest and most lavish ones where constructed in the 17th century.

The lavish layering looks particularly rich against the collection’s shiny printed silks.

He has a playboy reputation, is known -- and criticized -- for his lavish lifestyle.

The hotel also offers holiday packages that include stays in some of its most lavish suites.

He lived in a lavish home in Hancock Park, far away from Vernon, according to the New York Times.

The Saudi royals always needed to sell their oil to fund their brutal repression and lavish lifestyles.

Mignon McLaughlin once remarked, "We lavish on animals the love we are afraid to show to people. They might not return it, or worse, they might."

Discussion question: If you won a million dollars, would you like to live a lavish lifestyle?

The ballet company is putting on a lavish production of Swan Lake to celebrate its tenth anniversary.

He is lavish with his money.

Lewis Wyndham once suggested that the art of advertisement, after the American manner, has introduced into all our life such a lavish use of superlatives that no standard of value whatever is intact. intake

The pair married at a lavish ceremony in Barcelos, Portugal in August, 2008.

We had a lavish dinner at an expensive restaurant for our wedding anniversary.

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