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King James Dictionary
LAV'ISH, a. I know not from what source we have received this word. It coincides in elements with L. liber, free, liberal, and lavo, to wash.
1. Prodigal expending or bestowing with profusion profuse. He was lavish of expense lavish of praise lavish of encomiums lavish of censure lavish of blood and treasure.
2. Wasteful expending without necessity liberal to a fault.
3. Wild unrestrained.
Curbing his lavish spirit.
1. To expend or bestow with profusion as, to lavish praise or encomiums.
2. To waste to expend without necessity or use to squander as, to lavish money on vices and amusements.
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Entry for 'Lavish'. King James Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/kjd/l/lavish.html.