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luxuriate in (something)

1. To revel in the sensual pleasure of being surrounded or enfolded in some luxurious material or substance. We stayed in bed till nearly 11 in the morning, just luxuriating in the silk sheets and the soft, downy pillows. Guests will be treated to a Swedish or deep-tissue massage before luxuriating in one of our world-famous mud baths.
2. To revel in the sensual pleasure of being in some luxurious place or state of being. We got used to luxuriating in four-star resorts when we were making lots of money. Now the only places we can afford are cheap motels. Guests will be treated to a Swedish or deep-tissue massage before luxuriating in one of our world-famous mud baths.
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luxuriate in something

to indulge oneself in something; to enjoy the luxury of something. She stood in front of the mirror, luxuriating in her lovely new coat. They were all luxuriating in the warm, bubbling waters of the hot tub.
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Although it sits firmly within the conventions of its genre it creates a detailed and convincing world for its readers who will luxuriate in 625 pages of gothic escapism.
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Or luxuriate in a traditional Hawaiian ahaaina (feast) at the ROYAL LUAU AT THE RADISSON KAUAI BEACH RESORT (Tuesday, September 13, Radisson Kauai Beach Resort), sampling such Hawaiian delicacies as pork laulau (pork wrapped in taro leaves, steamed in an imu, a hot-stone lined underground oven), lomilomi salmon (a salsa of cured salmon mixed with onions and tomatoes), haupia (coconut pudding), and the traditional island staple, poi (ground taro mixed with water).
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The essence of Literature, though, is that the reader is presumed to have ample time to savour fine words and phrases; he or she no longer must figuratively rush to catch a train--but, having caught it, may now luxuriate in the parlour car, happily entertained by a really good book.
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Hunt possesses a poet's eye for the evocative image, and it's tempting to luxuriate in his descriptive prose.
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Dragon lovers will luxuriate in the imaginative and fully developed lore.