All Adverb
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  • It will not do for me to speak as extravagantly as you do. Cited from Ernest Linwood, by Caroline Lee Hentz
  • That she was extravagantly popular with men old and young is proved in many ways. Cited from Greenwich Village, by Anna Alice Chapin
  • However, he still insisted on a large and very well paid army and lived extravagantly himself.
  • She valued her freedom almost extravagantly since it had been given back to her. Cited from The Lamp in the Desert, by Ethel M. Dell
  • It represented nearly three hundred thousand dollars, was extravagantly run, and lost money from the beginning. Cited from A Midsummer Drive Through The Pyrenees, by Edwin Asa Dix
  • Never had the children seen her more extravagantly gay than after her resolve to leave them. Cited from In The Blue Pike, by Ebers, Complete
  • He saw a great hall furnished in the most extravagantly complete style of Indian art. Cited from The California Birthday Book, by Various
  • The world, indeed, even so much of it as could be seen from her window, was extravagantly beautiful. Cited from The Judge, by Rebecca West
  • Why pay men extravagantly, who have but little to do? Cited from The Rights Of Man, by Thomas Paine
  • If a young man spends money extravagantly before marriage, hard times will always be around during his married life. Cited from Evening Round Up, by William Crosbie Hunter
  • Live well, although not extravagantly unless the occasion of your work demands it. Cited from Man of Many Minds, by E. Everett Evans
  • They were worn by men and women, but men's were the most extravagantly long.
  • If such a thing were possible, we dined more extravagantly than on the previous night. Cited from Bat Wing, by Sax Rohmer
  • He began to live extravagantly, and grew short of money. Cited from This Country Of Ours, by H. E. Marshall
  • Her tone added that neither was she extravagantly interested in them. Cited from Destiny, by Charles Neville Buck
  • Of equal importance, Charles learned to spend less extravagantly compared to his father.
  • He lived somewhat extravagantly and ran into debt, though not very deeply. Cited from Famous Affinities of History (All), Lyndon Orr
  • From day to day her little store of bravery had been drawn upon, extravagantly. Cited from The Genius, by Margaret Horton Potter
  • A man, speaking of his wife to other men, always praises her extravagantly. Cited from In Defense of Women, by H. L. Mencken
  • She was more good-natured than you might have expected -- indeed she laughed extravagantly. Cited from The Marriages, by Henry James
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Meaning of extravagantly

  • adverb In a wasteful manner
    the United States, up to the 1920s, used fuel lavishly, mainly because it was so cheap