Apple has long been known for luring the best talent the tech world can offer to its sumptuous Cupertino headquarters.
Their sumptuous pork dumplings and braised beef noodles are not to be missed.
They had dreams of silky passing and perfect goals, a sumptuous display fit for a coronation.
Starring Damian Lewis and Gina McKee, it's a sumptuous and lush period drama about thwarted desire and the chains of matrimony.
The New York artist will transform his sumptuous paintings of eroticized sweets and desserts into a real-life bakery this month.
They were entertained in sumptuous splendor, by the same profession of men in Attalia.
In this way we enjoyed our humble meal as much as if it had been a sumptuous feast.
Come up, we will go unto kings at their own courts, and at their most sumptuous banquets be their guests.
Godfrey was remarkable for his generosity and sumptuous entertainments.
The material style of her beauty was of that sumptuous order which wealth embellishes to its greatest perfection.
late 15c., from Old French sumptueux, from Latin sumptuosus "costly, expensive," from sumptus "cost, expense," past participle of sumere "spend, consume, take," contraction of *sub-emere, from sub- "under" + emere "to take, buy" (see exempt (adj.)).