or de luxe
[duh-luhks, -loo ks]
- of special elegance, sumptuousness, or fineness; high or highest in quality, luxury, etc.: a deluxe hotel; a deluxe edition of Shakespeare bound in leather.
- in a luxurious or sumptuous manner: We always travel deluxe.
Origin of deluxe
First recorded in 1810–20, deluxe is from the French word de luxe of luxury
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Examples from the Web for deluxe
The Mill Valley Market has grown and offers a deluxe delicatessen.Don Carpenter Was a Novelist Both Lacerating and Forgiving
Louis B. Jones
July 14, 2014
The Deluxe, which was the only one anyone should have got, was $349 and packed in Nintendo Land.
The system released in two versions, the “Basic” and “Deluxe.”
Beck is such a good salesman that Food Insurance even sells the Glenn Beck basic kit and the Glenn Beck deluxe kit on its website.The Fringe Factor: The Perils of Sex Ed
July 7, 2013
Subsequent nights are charged at £2,000 per night for a regular suite (prices for a deluxe suite are higher).Too Posh to Push: Inside Kate's Exclusive London Maternity Hospital
December 7, 2012
She linked arms with him, said: "If you feel up to it, I'll take you on the deluxe guided tour."Operation Haystack
Frank Patrick Herbert
His books were issued in deluxe, limited editions, and were for public libraries, the shelves of nobility or rich collectors.Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great - Volume 12
The Deluxe Diner, right across from the library on Commerce.
Do you remember if you talked with anybody while you were over at the Deluxe Diner?
In the downtown section of the city, the girls found a small cafe which advertised a deluxe dinner for one dollar.The Clock Strikes Thirteen
Mildred A. Wirt
Word Origin and History for deluxe
1819, from French de luxe, literally "of luxury," from Latin luxus "excess, abundance" (see luxury).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper