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luxŭrĭōsus , a, um, adj. luxuria,
I.rank, luxuriant, exuberant.
II. Trop.
A. Immoderate, excessive: “luxurioso otio esse,Sall. J. 100: “laetitia,Liv. 2, 21.—
B. Immoderate, extravagant, wanton: “luxuriosissimum dictum,Col. 8, 16: “amor,Ov. R. Am. 746.—
C. Excessive, profuse, luxurious, voluptuous: “reprehendere luxuriosos,Cic. Fin. 2, 7, 21: “multa et lauta supellex, non illa quidem luxuriosi hominis, sed tamen abundantis,id. Phil. 2, 27, 66: “nihil luxuriosius,id. Pis. 27, 66: homines luxuriosi prodigi (vocantur), Paul. ex Fest. p. 250: “cena,Juv. 11, 77.—Hence, adv.: luxŭrĭōsē .
A. Wantonly, immoderately, excessively: ne haec laetitia nimis luxuriose eveniat, Cato ap. Gell. 7, 3.—
B. Luxuriously, voluptuously: “cum libidinosis luxuriose vivere,Cic. Cael. 6: “exercitum luxuriose habere,Sall. C. 11. —Comp.: “luxuriosius epulari,Nep. Paus. 3: struere fercula, Col. prooem.—Sup.: “luxuriosissime bibere,Aug. Mor. Eccl. Cath. 34.
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