Luxuriate

Lux*u"ri*ate

(?), v. i. [imp. & p. p. Luxuriated (?); p. pr. & vb. n. Luxuriating.] [L. luxuriatus, p. p. of luxuriari, -are, to luxuriate. See Luxury.]
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1. To grow exuberantly; to grow to superfluous abundance. " Corn luxuriates in a better mold." Burton.
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2. To feed or live luxuriously; as, the herds luxuriate in the pastures.
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3. To indulge with unrestrained delight and freedom; as, to luxuriate in description.
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