hael, dibrin, ddibrin, haelach, haelaf, haeled, nibrinafradu, hafraduafrades, afrada’, afradaf, afradai, afradais, afradaist, afradan, afradant, afradasai, afradasant, afradasech, afradasem, afradont, afradasid, afradasit, afradasoch, afradasom, afradaswn, afradech, afraded, afradem, afraden, afradent, afrader, afradwch, afradest, afradet, afradi, afradiff, afradith, afrado, afradoch, afradodd, afradom, afradon, afrada, afradasent, afradwn, afradwyd, afradwyf, afredais, afredaist, afredi, afredid, afredir, afredwch, afredych, hafrades, hafrada’, hafradaf, hafradai, hafradais, hafradaist, hafradan, hafradant, hafradasai, hafradasant, hafradasech, hafradasem, hafradont, hafradasid, hafradasit, hafradasoch, hafradasom, hafradaswn, hafradech, hafraded, hafradem, hafraden, hafradent, hafrader, hafradwch, hafradest, hafradet, hafradi, hafradiff, hafradith, hafrado, hafradoch, hafradodd, hafradom, hafradon, hafrada, hafradasent, hafradwn, hafradwyd, hafradwyf, hafredais, hafredaist, hafredi, hafredid, hafredir, hafredwch, hafredych
Verb(1) expend profusely; also used with abstract nouns
Adjective(1) very generous(2) characterized by extravagance and profusion
(1) Any time your children show good manners - which is at the heart of being considerate and kind - lavish praise on them.(2) He threw some of the most lavish parties Fort Worth had ever seen.(3) They are generous, petty, lavish with their opinions, open-hearted.(4) There was also a live concert of indigenous music and a lavish banquet.(5) They're not extravagant or lavish , really, but he runs into the kitchen and stands on my feet every time he hears me open the cupboard.(6) As a newly promoted side, anywhere in the top 10 will earn lavish praise.(7) It's not the affection that she enjoys, but rather the lavish gifts that are tossed her way.(8) If you're not ready to spoil your pet with lavish gifts and gourmet treats just yet, start small.(9) A husband not believing in spending much on gifts is usually mated to a woman who believes in giving lavish gifts as tokens of love.(10) The new team, despite being warned, bestowed lavish gifts upon that one man.(11) The buildings in the Arts District were all designed with fancy and expensive, lavish architecture.(12) He was lavish with her, but not like the movie would have you believe.(13) The surveillance team was rewarded with leftovers from the lavish banquets, which were much better than their usual fare.(14) I had twin sons and lived a rather lavish lifestyle.(15) He hates exchanging gifts (I'm not big on lavish gifting myself) and really isn't in to all the hype.(16) Other funds paid for their first-class travel or covered lavish gifts.
(1) lavish :: moethus
1. sumptuous ::
2. generous ::
3. abundant ::
4. unsparing ::
5. lush ::
6. give freely to ::
rhoi am ddim i
7. shower ::
1. middling ::
2. moderate ::
3. modest ::
4. reasonable ::
5. temperate ::
Different Formslavish, lavished, lavisher, lavishes, lavishest, lavishing, lavishly, lavishness
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