Synonym: deluxe, gilded, grand, luxurious, princely, sumptuous. Similar words: truculent, fraudulent, population, popularity, talent, silent, plenty, lenient. Meaning: ['ɑpjʊlənt /'ɒpjə-] adj. rich and superior in quality.
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1. Jones, apparently feeling rather opulent that day, lit up a second cigar as soon as he had finished the first.
2. Most of the cash went on supporting his opulent lifestyle.
3. Morishita leads an opulent lifestyle.
4. All had the same rich, opulent smell as Cowslip.
5. If the manor was opulent, the old church was positively bleak.
6. The brothers' opulent and sybaritic lifestyle soon made them take chances.
7. To the best among them he offered opulent breakfasts ending with stronger drink than coffee.
8. Characteristically White's opulent bass comes with a pronounced vibrato which tends to get exaggerated on disc.
9. There is an air of opulent grandeur in the several elegant lounges, a pretty terrace and restaurant offering a good choice.
10. These were the glittering and opulent reminders of the medieval city.
11. The duke built an opulent palace for himself nearby.
12. Smeared with the gold of the opulent sun.
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13. Taste notes: Chateau Margaux makes opulent and rich wine.
14. An opulent priest is a contradiction.
15. An opulent, flamboyant wine with definitive varietal characters.
16. The Castle of Augustusburg is the opulent residence of the prince-archbishops of Cologne while the Castle of Falkenlust is a hunting lodge.
17. George lost his airy office with the view and the original artworks on its opulent walls.
18. For a while, I lived in a trailer, but that began to feel too opulent.
19. To either side of them the wonders spread, daunting in their opulent splendour.
20. The second entrance hall is bigger with more marble,[Sentencedict.com] a grim but opulent place.
21. To them, recovering from a broken collar bone in the opulent surroundings of Clarence House, would be luxury.
22. And when the door opened at last, Alvin was greeted with a vision of opulent loveliness.
23. The hideous iron railings round the tombs of the more opulent dead were intended to protect them against the depredations of body-snatchers.
24. The little animals though fat were lithe; they were heavy, their coats shone, opulent and dense.
25. The thriftiness she often boasted of was also in evidence - despite their opulent appearance the costumes cost just ￡3,000.
26. And finally, at the foot of the Royal Mile, one confronts Holyroodhouse, resplendent behind its gates and opulent courtyard.
27. By early summer it had moved to still more opulent quarters in Hanover Square.
28. It is only in Rome that you will be overcome by the dark, opulent beauty of the men.
29. Federer retains an aura of boyishness, and in the corner of a bar in one of Dubai's decadently opulent, apparently gold-plated hotels, he giggles a bit as he recalls how he approached Borg .
30. David Deans, as we have said , was easy , and even opulent in his circumstances.
More similar words: truculent, fraudulent, population, popularity, talent, silent, plenty, lenient, violent, talented, excellent, benevolent, ambivalent, equivalent, malevolent, gentleness, resplendent, malevolently, unrelentingly, rule, entailment, entertainment, sentiment, ruler, pull, as a rule, schedule, pulse, molecule, pull off.