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Things luxury often describes (“luxury ________”)
goods, items, hotel, consumption, articles, hotels, housing, fever, tax, car, accommodation, apartments, cars, class, resort, industries, projects, food, trade, living, products, building, taxes, houses, accommodations, buildings, market, objects, spending, tourism, travel, trades, liners, expenditure, services, features, category, slaves, lines, production, seating, range, suites, homes, brands, foods, restrictionism, developments, week, retailers, seats, stuff, flats, laws, wares, segment, resorts, manufacturers, models, campaign, spa, liner, clothing, towers, vehicles, camping, construction, ware, tickets, whiskey, buses, centers, estate, villas, drive

How luxury often is described (“________ luxury”)
such, great, expensive, rare, only, greatest, much, comparative, real, mere, oriental, modern, greater, unnecessary, costly, extravagant, relative, excessive, private, idle, pure, useless, intellectual, unusual, ostentatious, roman, sheer, unknown, superfluous, refined, unaffordable, extreme, asiatic, occasional, unaccustomed, dangerous, ultimate, quiet, effeminate, royal, selfish, unwonted, elegant, cheap, utmost, wasteful, unbridled, soft, incredible, perfect, wanton, needless, necessary, added, supreme, aristocratic, unattainable, princely, extraordinary, eastern, vicious, lazy, class, vulgar, lavish, impossible, unexpected, exquisite, splendid, semi, sole

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Book See luxury used in context: 6 rhymes, 7 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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