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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsumptuoussump‧tu‧ous /ˈsʌmptʃuəs/ adjective  EXPENSIVEvery impressive and expensive a sumptuous feast a sumptuous palacesumptuously adverbsumptuousness noun [uncountable]
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sumptuousa sumptuous banquetMeals are served in the intimate restaurant and include a sumptuous buffet breakfast.The restaurant offers a sumptuous buffet-style breakfast each morning and a wide choice of dishes at dinner.Many of the writers are also professional photographers and this certainly shows - the book is crammed full of sumptuous colour pictures.The war prevented this flight and instead the Stratoliner was to become his executive run-about and was fitted with a sumptuous interior.There is also a sumptuous leather-chaired billiard room.After a sumptuous repast he asked the Mayor whether the gallows was prepared.They were given a sumptuous tea and invited back any time they felt like coming.
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