Luxuries [noun]

Definition of Luxuries:

great pleasure, indulgence

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Sentence/Example of Luxuries:

New and feverish desires for luxuries replace each older want as satisfied.

A crust of bread and clear air are far preferable to luxuries enveloped in clouds of smoke and heaps of filth.

It is a known fact that the third class traffic pays for the ever-increasing luxuries of first and second class travelling.

However, I had no money to indulge in such luxuries, so on leaving Cambridge I looked to journalism for a living.

The Americans are in no small part responsible for these high prices and foolish luxuries.

Many, of course, preferred to use their earnings to purchase little comforts and luxuries nearer than distant liberty.

He denied himself all but bare necessities and cigars, even the two small luxuries he valued—scent and good writing paper.

Both young men and young women understand that the wages of one cannot buy luxuries for two that the wages used for one bought.

A baby is a good substichoot f'r a ballot, an' th' hand that rocks th' cradle sildom has time f'r anny other luxuries.

Making a living came first, but beyond a mere living he began to desire comfort, even luxuries, for himself and his wife.