Synonyms and related words:
Babylonian, Corinthian, Gothic, a bit much, abandoned, abounding, absurd, abundant, acute, affluent, aggrandized, all-sufficing, ample, amplified, aplenty, awe-inspiring, awful, ballyhooed, barbaric, baroque, beyond belief, bibulous, big, bigoted, bizarre, blatant, bombastic, bottomless, boundless, bounteous, bountiful, brain-born, brazen, brazenfaced, cockamamie, colorful, copious, costly, crapulent, crapulous, crazy, crude, cutthroat, cutting, dear, deluxe, diffuse, diffusive, disproportionate, dissipative, dizzy, drastic, dream-built, easy come, easy go, effuse, effusive, egregious, elaborate, elegant, enormous, epidemic, exacting, exaggerated, excessive, exhaustless, exorbitant, expensive, extortionate, extreme, extremist, exuberant, fabulous, fanatic, fanciful, fancy, fancy-born, fancy-built, fancy-woven, fantasque, fantastic, fat, fecund, fertile, fierce, fine, flagrant, flamboyant, flaring, flashy, flaunting, florid, flush, foolish, formless, full, furious, galore, garish, gassy, gaudy, generous, gigantic, glaring, glorious, gluttonous, gorgeous, gouging, grand, grandiloquent, grandiose, great, grossly overpriced, grotesque, gushing, gushy, haggard, high, high-flown, high-sounding, high-swelling, highfalutin, highfaluting, hyperbolic, hypertrophied, immoderate, implausible, imposing, impractical, impressive, improvident, in plenty, in quantity, incontinent, incredible, indulgent, inexhaustible, inflated, inflationary, inordinate, intemperate, intense, irrational, laughable, lavish, liberal, loud, ludicrous, lurid, luxuriant, luxurious, maggoty, magnificent, magnified, majestic, many, maximal, meretricious, monstrous, much, noble, nonsensical, notional, numerous, obtrusive, opulent, ornate, ostentatious, out of bounds, out of sight, outlandish, outrageous, outre, overbig, overdeveloped, overdone, overdrawn, overemphasized, overemphatic, overenthusiastic, overestimated, overflowing, overgenerous, overgreat, overgrown, overindulgent, overindulging, overlarge, overlavish, overliberal, overmuch, overpraised, overpriced, overreligious, oversold, overstated, overstressed, overweening, overwrought, overzealous, palatial, penny-wise and pound-foolish, perfervid, piercing, plenitudinous, plenteous, plentiful, plenty, pleonastic, plush, poppycockish, posh, pound-foolish, preposterous, pretentious, prevailing, prevalent, princely, prodigal, productive, profligate, profuse, profusive, prohibitive, prolific, proud, puffed, rabid, rampant, reckless, redundant, reiterative, repetitive, replete, rich, ridiculous, rife, rigorous, riotous, ritzy, rococo, rough, running over, screaming, self-indulgent, sensational, severe, shameless, sharp, showy, silly, skyrocketing, spectacular, spendthrift, spiraling, splendacious, splendid, splendiferous, splitting, stately, steep, stiff, stretched, sumptuous, superabundant, superb, superfancy, superfine, superlative, swank, swanky, swell, swinish, swollen, tall, tautologous, tawdry, teeming, too much, tough, touted, towering, ultrazealous, unbalanced, unbridled, unconscionable, unconstrained, uncontrolled, undeserved, undisciplined, undue, unfrugal, unjustifiable, unjustified, unlimited, unmeasurable, unmeasured, unreasonable, unrestrained, unthrifty, unwarranted, usurious, vehement, venomous, violent, virulent, vulgar, wasteful, wealthy, weird, well-found, well-furnished, well-provided, well-stocked, whimsical, wholesale, wild, wild-eyed, wild-looking, windy, zealotic

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  • extravagant — extravagant …   Deutsch Wörterbuch

  • extravagant — extravagant, ante [ ɛkstravagɑ̃, ɑ̃t ] adj. • 1380; lat. extravagans, de vagans, p. prés. du v. vagari « errer » 1 ♦ Dr. can. Vx Non incorporé dans les recueils canoniques. 2 ♦ (XVIe) Mod. Qui sort des limites du bon sens; qui est à la fois… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • extravagant — EXTRAVAGÁNT, Ă, extravaganţi, te, adj. (Adesea substantivat) Care caută cu orice preţ să iasă din comun; excentric. ♦ Neobişnuit, ciudat, bizar. – Din fr. extravagant. Trimis de ana zecheru, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DEX 98  Extravagant ≠ ordinar… …   Dicționar Român

  • extravagant — ex‧trav‧a‧gant [ɪkˈstrævəgənt] adjective 1. disapproving spending a lot of money when it is not necessary: • It s a bit too extravagant to buy both. • Even when in debt, he continued to enjoy an extravagant lifestyle. 2. very extreme and not… …   Financial and business terms

  • Extravagant — Ex*trav a*gant, a. [F. extravagant, fr. L. extra on the outside + vagans, antis, p. pr. of vagari to wander, from vagus wandering, vague. See {Vague}.] 1. Wandering beyond one s bounds; roving; hence, foreign. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] The… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • extravagant — Adj std. (18. Jh.) Entlehnung. Entlehnt aus frz. extravagant, dieses aus ml. extravagans, zu l. extrā außerhalb und l. vagārī umherschweifen, umherziehen , zu l. vagus umherschweifend, unstet . Abstraktum: Extravaganz.    Ebenso nndl. extravagant …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

  • extravagant — Extravagant, [extravag]ante. adj. v. Fou, bizarre, fantasque, qui est contre le bon sens, contre la raison. Il se dit des personnes, & des choses. C est un homme extravagant. discours extravagant. pensées, paroles extravagantes. ce qu il vient de …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • extravagant — extravagant, ante (èk stra va gan, gan t ) adj. 1°   Qui extravague, qui est bizarre. •   Parbleu ! s il faut parler des gens extravagants, Je viens d en essuyer un des plus fatigants, MOL. Mis. II, 5. •   Crois tu que d une fille humble, honnête …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • extravagant — [ek strav′əgənt, ik strav′əgənt] adj. [ME & Anglo Fr extravagaunt < ML extravagans, prp. of extravagari, to stray < L extra, beyond + vagari, to wander < vagus: see VAGUE] 1. Obs. straying beyond bounds; wandering 2. going beyond… …   English World dictionary

  • extravagant — »überspannt, verstiegen, übertrieben«: Das Adjektiv wurde im 18. Jh. aus frz. extravagant »ab , ausschweifend« entlehnt. Das frz. Wort geht zurück auf mlat. extravagans, das zu lat. extra vagari »ausschweifen« (vgl. ↑ extra und ↑ vage) gehört.… …   Das Herkunftswörterbuch

  • extravagant — Adj. (Mittelstufe) aus dem Rahmen fallend Synonym: ausgefallen Beispiel: Sie trug ein extravagantes Kleid. Kollokation: extravagant aussehen …   Extremes Deutsch

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