described as indulgence in deluxe; given to luxury; voluptuous; indulging freely or exceedingly in product pleasures or objects of need: as, a lavish life; luxurious metropolitan areas.
Ministering to deluxe; adding to free or extravagant indulgence.
A bounding in that which gratifies the senses; exuberant in way of indulgence or enjoyment; affording plentiful material pleasure.
Characterized by lust; libidinous.
Synonyms Epicurean, self-indulgent, sensual.
2–4. Luxurious, Luxuriant. These terms are actually never ever associated. Luxurious suggests fond of deluxe or characterized by luxury : as, luxurious people; a lavish life; a deluxe table. Luxuriant suggests exuberant in development: as, the luxuriant plant life regarding the tropics; by figure, a luxuriant design in structure. Luxurious implies blame, except where it's utilized by hyperbole for the which will be exceedingly comfortable, etc.: as, a deluxe sleep. Luxuriant doesn't come sufficient into the field of this moral for either compliments or fault.