1 Everyone knew that a woman of Belle's type couldn't have made enough money by herself to set up such a luxurious establishment.
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2 It was luxurious in bed, and the house would be warm for her when she rose, she reflected.
3 For this reason a sleeping apartment should never be furnished with a fire, which is one of the luxurious discomforts of the rich.
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4 In truth, this gentleman is a luxurious Ottoman, swimming about over the watery world, surroundingly accompanied by all the solaces and endearments of the harem.
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5 The ordinary stiff dining chairs had been discarded for the occasion and replaced by the most commodious and luxurious which could be collected throughout the house.
6 He was reclining far back in the luxurious chair, holding a glass of champagne to the light.
7 On the whole, the appearance of the place was luxurious and romantic.
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8 But, though luxurious, the Norman nobles were not generally speaking an intemperate race.
9 There were none in her father's house; but wealth is luxurious and daring, and some of hers found its way to a circulating library.
10 Through the glass paneling I caught a glimpse of a large and luxurious room, in which a considerable number of men were sitting about and reading papers, each in his own little nook.
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11 In the window was a sumptuous writing-desk, and every detail of the apartment, the pictures, the rugs, and the hangings, all pointed to a taste which was luxurious to the verge of effeminacy.
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12 Our chairs, being his patents, embraced and caressed us rather than submitted to be sat upon, and there was that luxurious after-dinner atmosphere when thought roams gracefully free of the trammels of precision.
13 My self-approval when I ticked an entry was quite a luxurious sensation.
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14 My dear Copperfield,' said Mr. Micawber, 'this is luxurious.
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15 She was not alone; all around was that luxurious setting of idleness that she was used to, and she felt less wretched than at home.
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