Greedy for the property of others, extravagant with his own.
Life is an extravagant gown, riddled with lice.
Nothing is too extravagant to expect from men who conceive they are ungratefully and unjustly dealt by.
However, not everyone who was entitled to an elaborate funeral received one. When Jane Seymour died in 1537, a fortnight after the birth of Edward VI, Henry VIII made strenuous attempts to restrict extravagant mourning.
A gentleman's taste in dress is upon principle, the avoidance of all things extravagant. It consists in the quiet simplicity of exquisite neatness; but, as the neatness must be a neatness in fashion, employ the best tailor; pay him ready money, and, on the whole, you wi11 find him the cheapest.
Edward Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Baron Lytton
I don't live in a big house. I'm not real extravagant or anything. I just like to be regular.