extravagant

Part of speech: adverb

EXTRAVAGANTLY.

Part of speech: adjective

Extreme; immoderate; fantastic; iavish in expenditure.

Part of speech: noun

Extravagantness.

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Usage examples "extravagant":

  1. I don't understand why it is so,- you are not extravagant, like Max,- but I can see the fact plainly enough, and I beg you to take it, dear Friedrich. - "A Tar-Heel Baron", Mabell Shippie Clarke Pelton.
  2. Having made up his mind, he set about his preparations carefully, shaking off his extravagant university habits, and keeping an eye to economy in small things to make the most of his little store of money. - "The Golden Rock", Ernest Glanville.
  3. It was rather horrible; but it was too startling and too extravagant to be met with anger. - "Romance", Joseph Conrad and F.M. Hueffer.