For six months Rickman luxuriated in power and increase of leisure and of pay.
After dinner, I luxuriated in a long chair opposite the window.
And next to that he would have luxuriated in the irresponsible omniscience of the Special Correspondent.
He luxuriated in the sense of protection and authority which his words conveyed.
And from that time on, he has luxuriated in dreams of classic beauty, warmed to new life by the sorcery of Romance.
I luxuriated in the contrast, tho' I am not at all inclined to be a snob.
In this haven of rest and retirement we luxuriated for two weeks, then moved into action on the Lens-Arras road.
For the rest of the afternoon we sat resting, and luxuriated in a quiet smoke.
It luxuriated in a hundred forms, and on every passing subject.
Oh, she had fought against it at first, but lately she had luxuriated in it.
1620s, "to indulge in luxury," from Latin luxuriatus, past participle of luxuriare "have to excess," figuratively "run riot, be dissolute, indulge to excess," from luxuria "excess, rankness, luxuriance" (see luxury). Related: Luxuriated; luxuriating.