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[ US /ɛkˌstɹævəˈɡænzə/ ]
[ UK /ɛkstɹˌævəɡˈænzɐ/ ]
  1. any lavishly staged or spectacular entertainment
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How To Use extravaganza In A Sentence

  • And in any case, there will be plenty of memories gained and stories to embellish after another extravaganza of Celtic solidarity.
  • Have fun with my easy-peasy pasta and be sure to come back next week for our July 4th Bonanza Extravaganza Episode! EconomyBites: Recession Recipe: Allie's Easy Summertime Pasta (VIDEO)
  • Why do men listen with more strict attention to an inflammatory harangue, that may not be argumentative, than to a prosaical discourse, that is, to an anecdote than to a prayer, to an extravaganza than to a lecture, or derive more pleasure from pantomimic drollery than from Hamlet, or hearing an opera they do not understand than from reading an essay they do. A Controversy Between "Erskine" and "W. M." on the Practicability of Suppressing Gambling.
  • This year's Christmas lights switch-on promises to be a extravaganza with fairground rides, a street fair and musical entertainment.
  • Put Lady Gaga in anything -- flesh-colored bra, black bustier, meat dress, artillery-undie extravaganza -- and it doesn t matter. A Newsstand Smash
  • The shock number compared to 236 reported crimes at the three-day music extravaganza last year. The Sun
  • But there can seldom have been more fulsome affair than the $275 a head extravaganza last week to celebrate John Howard's 30 years in parliament.
  • There should also be strict curbs on extravaganzas using power.
  • They can't get enough of the indie, pop and dance music extravaganza. The Sun
  • As it happens, the subject of today's entry in Not Coming to a Theater Near You's "31 Days of Horror" extravaganza is a vampire movie. GreenCine Daily: Blog-a-Thon: Vampires!
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