luxuriate

Part of speech: verb

To grow profusely; live sumptuously; glory or revel.

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Usage examples "luxuriate":

  1. To- day I luxuriate in one dress; no changing five times a day. - "In the Courts of Memory 1858-1875.", L. de Hegermann-Lindencrone.
  2. Now, however, it is not a surface like hard- pan that is covered, but a mellow soil in which the roots can luxuriate. - "Success With Small Fruits", E. P. Roe.
  3. At the top of a steep little hill I paused to rest and let my eyes luxuriate in the billowing greens and tender blues of the valley below. - "The Jonathan Papers", Elisabeth Woodbridge Morris.