Wedged between two marble buildings at the lavishly designed Lincoln Center, sits a single white tent.
Our present health-care system excels at treating acute illnesses in lavishly equipped hospitals with one goal: cure.
Leather bonnets that marked the early 19th century gave way to styled hair and lavishly veiled hats of the 20th century.
Not a euphemism for homeliness, mind; the new faces are all lavishly hot.
Democrats are coalescing early around a front-runner who certainly will be lavishly funded, Hillary Clinton.
The contessa, who was a widow, had a princely fortune, and she spent it lavishly too.
Indeed, they were sumptuously, lavishly, prodigally provided for.
The sheath of this most sumptuous arm is also lavishly adorned with silver and enamel on a purple leather ground.
So long as he had it he used it lavishly, thoughtlessly, very often generously.
No one gave him lavishly, or more than sufficed for his urgent needs.