Synonyms of extravagant in English:

extravagant


See definition of extravagant

adjective

1‘he siphoned off money to fund his extravagant lifestyle’

SYNONYMS

spendthrift, profligate, unthrifty, thriftless, improvident, wasteful, free-spending, prodigal, squandering, lavish

immoderate, excessive, imprudent, reckless, irresponsible

ANTONYMS

thrifty

2‘extravagant gifts like computer games’

SYNONYMS

expensive, costly, dear, high-priced, high-cost, big-budget, exorbitant, extortionate, overpriced

immoderate, lavish

valuable, precious, priceless, worth its weight in gold, worth a king's ransom

British over the odds

informal pricey, costing an arm and a leg, costing the earth, costing a bomb, daylight robbery

ANTONYMS

cheap

3‘extravagant prices’

SYNONYMS

exorbitant, extortionate, excessive, high, unreasonable, outrageous, undue, uncalled for, extreme, inordinate, unwarranted, unnecessary, needless, disproportionate, too much

informal sky-high, over the top, OTT, a bit much, fancy-pants

ANTONYMS

reasonable, low

4‘he was touched by the extravagant praise heaped on him’

SYNONYMS

excessive, immoderate, exaggerated, gushing, gushy, unrestrained, unreserved, effusive, fulsome

outrageous, preposterous, absurd, irrational, reckless, wild

informal steep, over the top, OTT

ANTONYMS

moderate

5‘mirror frames which are decorated in an extravagant style’

SYNONYMS

ornate, elaborate, decorated, embellished, adorned, ornamented, fancy

over-elaborate, fussy, busy, ostentatious, exaggerated, overstated, showy, baroque, rococo, florid, wedding-cake, gingerbread

informal flash, flashy

ANTONYMS

plain