Definition of extravagant :
1. Certain constitutions or decretal epistles, not at first included with others, but subsequently made a part of the canon law.
2. Exceeding due bounds; wild; excessive; unrestrained; as, extravagant acts, wishes, praise, abuse.
3. One who is confined to no general rule.
4. Profuse in expenditure; prodigal; wasteful; as, an extravagant man.
5. Wandering beyond one's bounds; roving; hence, foreign.
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expensive (part of speech: adjective)
superfluous (part of speech: adjective)
wasteful (part of speech: adjective)
gluttonous (part of speech: adjective)
- " You're absurd and extravagant. - "The Obstacle Race", Ethel M. Dell.
- I always said I should, if I had money, and I shall- though I must confess that I'd have a good deal more heart to do it if you weren't quite so extravagant. - "Oh, Money! Money!", Eleanor Hodgman Porter.
- I'm told, too, he has been very extravagant. - "Ralph the Heir", Anthony Trollope.