What is another word for sumptuousness?

157 synonyms found


[ sˈʌmpt͡ʃuːəsnəs], [ sˈʌmpt‍ʃuːəsnəs], [ s_ˈʌ_m_p_tʃ_uː_ə_s_n_ə_s]

Sumptuousness is a word that refers to lavishness, luxury, and opulence. There are several synonyms that can be used to describe the same meaning of this word. Some of the synonyms for sumptuousness that can be used include extravagance, grandeur, magnificence, richness, splendor, and lavishness. These words can be used to express the same idea of extraordinary and luxurious things. The words can describe anything from an event, a meal, an item, or an experience that is characterized by wealth, beauty and elegance. The usage of these synonyms in writing can add color, depth, and beauty to the text by making it sound more sophisticated and classy.

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What are the hypernyms for Sumptuousness?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for sumptuousness?

Sumptuousness refers to the quality of something being luxurious or extravagant. Its antonyms, on the other hand, are words that denote simplicity, modesty or frugality. Some antonyms for sumptuousness are parsimony, spartan, asceticism, austerity, and frugality. Parsimony means the quality of being unwilling to spend money. Spartan and asceticism refer to living in a simple, austere manner with limited possessions or amenities. Austerity refers to a situation of reduced spending, while frugality describes the quality of being economical with resources. These antonyms provide a stark contrast to the lavishness and abundance associated with sumptuousness.

What are the antonyms for Sumptuousness?

Usage examples for Sumptuousness

We can fancy the fair face of Andrea's wife being lovingly caressed by the weaver's fingers in his work; we can imagine the beauties of Titian, the sumptuousness of Veronese's feasts, and the fat materialism of Giulio Romano's heavy cherubs, all contributing to the most beautiful of textile arts.
"The Tapestry Book"
Helen Churchill Candee
And this grand pose of the king, Lebrun expressed in the heavy sumptuousness of decoration.
"The Tapestry Book"
Helen Churchill Candee
Owing to her beauty and her elegant manners she gathered about her a brilliant court circle, which in its sumptuousness and ostentation contrasted greatly with the dull ceremony and sombre atmosphere of the apartments of the elderly sisters, Zoe and Theodora.
"Women of Early Christianity Woman: In all ages and in all countries, Vol. 3 (of 10)"
Alfred Brittain Mitchell Carroll

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