Christmas morning, we take seats in the sumptuously appointed living room of a top Ankawa official, the silver-haired Femi Mattih.
Arthur noticed that his mother dressed particularly well for the visits of the politicians, and entertained them sumptuously.
Indeed, they were sumptuously, lavishly, prodigally provided for.
They were received with open arms by the Presidente of the village and the Padre and were most sumptuously entertained.
Those of her relatives and the castemen who are invited are sumptuously fed.
One room was sumptuously furnished for her private accommodation.
We were sumptuously entertained at a banquet at the Omaha Club.
After supper, their bed-chamber was sumptuously adorned for them; and the angel and the hermit went to rest.
Mrs. Cobb was sumptuously independent in the conduct of these affairs.
Just across the aisle from the Lawrences sat a rich financier, in his sumptuously cushioned pew.
late 15c., from Old French sumptueux, from Latin sumptuosus "costly, expensive," from sumptus "cost, expense," past participle of sumere "spend, consume, take," contraction of *sub-emere, from sub- "under" + emere "to take, buy" (see exempt (adj.)).