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2 I don't like the ostentation of their expensive life - style.
3 Their daughter's wedding reception was sheer ostentation.
4 Her lifestyle was remarkably free from ostentation.
5 Her luxurious lifestyle and personal ostentation were both hated and envied.
6 The hospitality of luxury and the liberality of ostentation had ruined many.
7 Therefore, ostentation continues to have a purpose.
8 Inside the church, the degree of elaboration and ostentation of both architecture and fittings indicates status and wealth in the community.
9 Dusseldorf remains the capital of mindless extravagance; ostentation rules the KO.
10 With the decline of ostentation, or its vulgarization, wealth and hence inequality were no longer flagrantly advertised.
11 His extravagance and ostentation were balanced by a natural dignity and reserve.
12 And there is the look: richness without ostentation and flash.
13 Consumers are abandoning the excess and ostentation of the 1980s.
14 The statue had beauty without ostentation.
15 Do you reject his ostentation and glories in this world?
16 Choose a life of actlorl, not one of ostentation.
17 Ostentation and revelry were ceased,(www.Sentencedict.com) for the sake of separation.
18 I thought that one is exaggerates; second, wins ostentation.
19 Choose a life of action, none one of ostentation.
20 Lavishment , ostentation and extravagance, banquet, all these are to fulfill personal selfish desire, power and battle.
21 He ignored the public ostentation of his time, as well as the private misery.
22 Chose a life of action, not one of ostentation.
23 On the whole she had lived modestly, with a notable lack of ostentation.
24 The house was spacious but without any trace of ostentation.
25 It was a time not only of heroic inequality but of incredible ostentation.
26 Soloist Annette Servadei played beautifully with an involvement entirely free from any kind of ostentation.
27 However, a really heavy paper does not impress and is often seen more as ostentation than as a sign of quality.
28 English : Choose a life of action, not one of ostentation.
29 I was floored by a fairly shabby-looking old wooden casket, displayed without ostentation; according to the label, it contained the remains of Henry V.
30 She had a small property, which she bequeathed with much ostentation to a religious community.
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