Lavishly [adverb]

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Beijing has lavished subsidies on home-grown chipmakers—mostly to no avail.

On the eve of their daughter Cecily’s lavish wedding, a handyman named Stefan Codrescu bludgeoned a guest named Frank Parris to death.

News of the absent King’s lavish lifestyle provided an unwelcome contrast to the suffering of his subjects­­—not least of all because Vajiralongkorn’s life of luxury is increasingly seen to come at the taxpayer’s expense.

The day before the vote, she offered an amendment to make the legislation, which lavished tax cuts on corporations and the wealthy, more equitable.

A wealthy executive testifying from a lavish vacation home in Hawaii could send the wrong message.

Then she put her anger from her; put from her, too, the insolence and scorn with which so lavishly she had addressed him hitherto.

In the courts of princes and wealthy natives the vessels and tubes are lavishly adorned with precious metals.

Anciently, indeed, what had been lavishly given was not seldom violently taken away.

In Castile was ostentatiously displayed and lavishly spent great fortunes made in remote provinces by oppression and corruption.

It did not occur to Caleb Landor that this was because he had given to the boy lavishly of everything except himself.