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        shēchǐ, luxurious/extravagant
        shēhuá, [奢華], luxurious/sumptuous/lavish
        shēwàng, an extravagant hope/to have excessive expectations
        shēchǐpǐn, luxury good
        shē, extravagant
        shēmí, extravagant
        Wǔshē, Wu She (-522 BC), powerful minister of Chu and father of Wu Zixu 伍子胥
        shēlì, [奢麗], sumptuous/a luxury
        shērùjiǎnnán, [奢入儉難], it is hard to become frugal after becoming accustomed to luxury (idiom)
        shēyìjiǎnnán, [奢易儉難], easy to become accustomed to luxury, hard to become accustomed to frugality (idi...
        shēqiú, to make extravagant demands/an unreasonable request
        shētài, extravagant/sumptuous/wasteful
        shēpàn, an extravagant hope/to have unrealistic expectations
        shēmí, variant of 奢靡[shē mí]
        ShēXiāng, She Xiang (c. 1361-1396), lady who served as Yi ethnic group leader in Yunnan in...
        jièshēchóngjiǎn, [戒奢崇儉], to refrain from high standard of living (idiom)
        qióngshējíchǐ, [窮奢極侈], extravagant in the extreme (idiom)
        qióngshējíyù, [窮奢極欲], to indulge in a life of luxury (idiom); extreme extravagance
        háoshē, extravagant/luxurious
        jiāoshēyínyì, [驕奢淫佚], variant of 驕奢淫逸|骄奢淫逸[jiāo shē yín yì]
        jiāoshēyínyì, [驕奢淫逸], extravagant and dissipated/decadent

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