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From French extravagance, from Medieval Latin extra + vagari (“to wander”).
The above remarks are an attempt to correct extravagance in either direction.
Christina's extravagance was financial.
You could also see this extravagance from the air.
With the accession of Ismail (q.v.) there followed a period of wild extravagance and reckless borrowing accompanied by the extortion of every piastre possible from the fellahin.
National politics were put first, to the complete ignoring of excessive taxation, financial extravagance, ignorant legislation and corruption in California.
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