verb (used without object), lux·u·ri·at·ed, lux·u·ri·at·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM luxuriatelux·u·ri·a·tion, nounun·lux·u·ri·at·ing, adjective
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How to use luxuriate in a sentence
What a relief it could be to log off and linger over a single true story for an hour or 12, luxuriating in its characters and details and moral implications, rather than just wearily scrolling past it.How Docu-Mania Took Streaming by Storm, From Tiger King to WeWork|Judy Berman|April 1, 2021|Time
I luxuriate in the thought that right-wingers across the country are tearing their hair out over this as if in a nice hot bath.Michael Tomasky on Romney: the Un-American in the Presidential Race|Michael Tomasky|July 19, 2012|DAILY BEAST
I just want to luxuriate in a sliver of sports that was important and poignant and, in its own way, poetic.Peyton Manning’s Classy Exit From the Indianapolis Colts|Buzz Bissinger|March 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
This passion at last gained such an ascendency over him that he seemed to court and luxuriate in waste and desolation.
Some few of its old houses remain, suggestive of its former life, and Flushing is left to luxuriate in the dreams of its past.The Cornwall Coast|Arthur L. Salmon
They seemed to fairly luxuriate in a soft, swampy place and were packed like sardines in some of the wallows.The Home of the Blizzard|Douglas Mawson
His kingdom was not of this world, neither did he luxuriate in the "good things" of the earth.
His whole soul was engrossed in the contemplation of the wild and romantic adventures in which he expected to luxuriate.Hernando Cortez|John S. C. Abbott