from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The condition of being elegantly sumptuous.
- n. Something luxurious; a luxury.
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- n. luxury
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Luxury.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as lux, 2.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. elegant and sumptuous
To see the private display, the prodigious number of pleasant dwellings erected in Paris and in the provinces, the numerous equipages, the conveniences, the acquisitions comprehended in the term luxe, one might suppose that opulence was twenty times greater than it formerly was.
It was pretty evident from what we saw at fashion week that eco-luxe is here to stay and Fin is helping to insure that we are finding relaxed, intelligent ways to address both luxury and future solutions for dressing.
Startling, but wearable in luxe fabrics such as Bamboo and Modal, the modular collection was Star Wars meets Movie Stars with asymmetrical lines.
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The space is elegant and expansive with an overall style that can be described as luxe contemporary; with plush finishes, lush neutrals and classic pieces given a (slightly) modern edge.
For more formal dates, Mr. Siriano might swap out the casual blazer for a more tailored, "luxe" version and wear elegant dress shoes.
Loanees included hyperleveraged corporations and inflated real estate, such as luxe golf courses whose long membership waiting lists suddenly evaporated as clients lost interest in rounds for $400 during a slump.
Although their toybox design is in the more 'luxe' price range, I am a fan of beautifully designed and functional kids products like this.
Getty Images Graeme Black went for 'luxe' with a mineral-inspired dress.