Is luxury a noun or adjective?
Keeping this in view, what type of word is luxury?
noun, plural lux·u·ries. free or habitual indulgence in or enjoyment of comforts and pleasures in addition to those necessary for a reasonable standard of well-being: a life of luxury on the French Riviera.
Furthermore, is disaster an adjective? Disaster is noun and it's adjective is disastrous.
Moreover, what part of speech is luxury?
|part of speech:||noun|
|definition 1:||that which provides pleasure but is not essential. the luxury of having strawberries and champagne synonyms: gratification, indulgence, treat antonyms: necessity similar words: delicacy, extravagance, frill, nonessential, pleasure, style, superfluity|
What is the adverb of luxury?
gˈ???ri?sli/ /l?gˈ??ri?sli/ ?in a way that is very comfortable and full of expensive things that give pleasure synonym sumptuously.