According to banking sources, he has been moving assets out of the U.S. and may well follow Polanski into a luxurious exile.
Staff members are accorded rooms in luxurious palaces or five-star hotels with views of manmade, pristine lakes.
But cozy coats were also plentiful and added soft, luxurious warmth.
c.1300, "lascivious, lecherous, unchaste," from Old French luxurios "lustful, lascivious" (Modern French luxurieux), from Latin luxuriosus, from luxuria (see luxury). Meaning "given to luxury, voluptuous" (of persons) is from c.1600. Of things, meaning "characterized by luxury" is attested from c.1650. Related: Luxuriously; luxuriousness.