A rented tux — one night of luxe.

Luxury is styley, seductive and beguiley.

Luxury’s new scene is green.

We entertain the greatest luxury when we feed the starving.

Spend on a luxury: pay to cure a disease.

The other side of luxury is laundry.

Beyond the castled dell is someone’s grimy hell.

Luxury always exists at someone’s expense.

Lavish is slavish.

Luxury’s long pampering eventually is dampering.

A Venetian lace chasuble can’t cover up irascible.

Luxury is a brand, extravagance is a label, and love is a longing.

Luxury isn’t the expensive watch; it’s the rich, opulent, extravagance of time.

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