To take luxurious pleasure; indulge oneself.(verb-intransitive)
To grow profusely; thrive.(verb-intransitive)
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Use "luxuriate" in a sentence
"I love this stuff — it's pricey, but an oh so rich and delicious way to thicken and "luxuriate" this stew or most anything really."
"She would stretch her legs and luxuriate in the sun."
"Parking spaces luxuriate like civic sandpiles in the heart of Boston."