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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishopulentop‧u‧lent /ˈɒpjələnt $ ˈɑːp-/ adjective formal  1 BEAUTIFUL/GOOD-LOOKINGvery beautiful, with a lot of decoration, and made from expensive materials syn luxurious evening dresses in opulent fabrics2 RICHvery rich and spending a lot of money Europe’s opulent eliteopulence noun [uncountable] the size and opulence of the rooms
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opulentFor a while, I lived in a trailer, but that began to feel too opulent.It is only in Rome that you will be overcome by the dark, opulent beauty of the men.And finally, at the foot of the Royal Mile, one confronts Holyroodhouse, resplendent behind its gates and opulent courtyard.the opulent Fontainebleau HotelMorishita leads an opulent lifestyle.By early summer it had moved to still more opulent quarters in Hanover Square.George lost his airy office with the view and the original artworks on its opulent walls.
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