1 With the exception of the dark-eyed woman's chair, which looked like a soiled relic of luxury bought at a country auction, the furniture was of the roughest kind.
2 The lazy luxury of the old days was gone, never to return.
3 As he fussed over her, clucking like a hen, she gave herself up to the luxury of being taken care of.
4 Only to Melanie, the next morning, did she permit herself the luxury of exploding.
5 She leaned back in a luxury of discontent.
6 Her whole being dilated in an atmosphere of luxury; it was the background she required, the only climate she could breathe in.
7 But the luxury of others was not what she wanted.
8 There was nothing new to Lily in these tokens of a studied luxury; but, though they formed a part of her atmosphere, she never lost her sensitiveness to their charm.
9 The force of contrast gave an added keenness to the luxury of lying once more in a soft-pillowed bed, and looking across a spacious sunlit room at a breakfast-table set invitingly near the fire.
10 As often happens, the pupil had outstripped the teacher, and Mrs. Hatch was already aware of heights of elegance as well as depths of luxury beyond the world of the Emporium.
11 The luxury of lying late in bed was a pleasure belonging to the life of ease; it had no part in the utilitarian existence of the boarding-house.
12 These were the only traces of luxury, of that clinging to the minute observance of personal seemliness, which showed what her other renunciations must have cost.
13 The chintz-lined, silver-fitted bag which had seemed so desirable a luxury in St. Paul was an extravagant vanity here.
14 For these she might have found a luxury of forgiveness.
15 In former times, before Robert could remember, "the house" had been a summer luxury of the Lebruns.