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Lushes

lʌʃ

Meanings of Lushes:

noun

A heavy drinker, especially a habitual one.

Usage examples:

A lush who doesn't make very much sense most of the time
verb

Make (someone) drunk.

Usage examples:

Mr hobart got so lushed up he was spilling drinks down his shirt
adjective

(of vegetation, especially grass) growing luxuriantly.

Usage examples:

Lush greenery and cultivated fields

Meanings of Lushest:

adjective

(of vegetation, especially grass) growing luxuriantly.

Usage examples:

Lush greenery and cultivated fields
noun

A heavy drinker, especially a habitual one.

Usage examples:

A lush who doesn't make very much sense most of the time
verb

Make (someone) drunk.

Usage examples:

Mr hobart got so lushed up he was spilling drinks down his shirt

Meanings of Lushing:

verb

Make (someone) drunk.

Usage examples:

Mr hobart got so lushed up he was spilling drinks down his shirt
adjective

(of vegetation, especially grass) growing luxuriantly.

Usage examples:

Lush greenery and cultivated fields
noun

A heavy drinker, especially a habitual one.

Usage examples:

A lush who doesn't make very much sense most of the time

Lushly

ˈlʌʃ.li

Meanings of Lushly:

adverb

Used to describe plants growing thickly and in a very healthy way

Usage examples:

The offshore islands are lushly forested., the greenhouse sits in a corner of the lushly landscaped…

Meanings of Lushness:

noun

The fact of having a lot of green, healthy plants, grass, and trees

Usage examples:

He created a garden of tropical lushness., tourists love the lushness of the rolling green hills., …

Meanings of Lusitania:

proper noun

An ancient roman province in the iberian peninsula, corresponding to modern portugal.

Lusitanian

luːsɪˈteɪnɪən

Meanings of Lusitanian:

adjective

Relating to or characteristic of the ancient roman province of lusitania, corresponding to modern portugal, or its inhabitants.

Usage examples:

He commanded a wing of the lusitanian legion
noun

A native or inhabitant of the ancient roman province of lusitania, corresponding to modern portugal.

Usage examples:

The governor ordered the lusitanians to lay down their arms

Lust

lʌst

Meanings of Lust:

noun

Strong sexual desire.

Usage examples:

He knew that his lust for her had returned
verb

Have strong sexual desire for someone.

Usage examples:

He really lusted after me in those days

Meanings of Lust-after:

phrasal verb

To feel sexual desire for someone you are not having a sexual relationship with

Usage examples:

She's been lusting after dave for months.

Lusted

lʌst

Meanings of Lusted:

verb

Have strong sexual desire for someone.

Usage examples:

He really lusted after me in those days
noun

Strong sexual desire.

Usage examples:

He knew that his lust for her had returned

Luster

ˈlʌs.tər

Meanings of Luster:

noun

A gentle sheen or soft glow.

Usage examples:

The lustre of the milky way

Meanings of Lustered:

adjective

(especially of ceramics) having an iridescent surface; shining.

Usage examples:

Apart from the ingenious designs, set off by the lustred tin-glaze, the specific heraldic programme…

Lusterless

ˈlʌstələs

Meanings of Lusterless:

adjective

Not bright or shiny; dull.

Usage examples:

Her uncombed, lustreless black hair

Meanings of Lusterlessness:

adjective

Not bright or shiny; dull.

Usage examples:

Her uncombed, lustreless black hair

Lusters

ˈlʌs.tər

Meanings of Lusters:

noun

A gentle sheen or soft glow.

Usage examples:

The lustre of the milky way

Lusterware

ˈlʌstəwɛː

Meanings of Lusterware:

noun

Ceramic articles with an iridescent metallic glaze.

Usage examples:

His love for the italian renaissance extended to islamic ceramics, including spanish lusterware.

Lustful

ˈlʌst.fəl

Meanings of Lustful:

adjective

Having or showing strong feelings of sexual desire.

Usage examples:

Lustful glances

Lustfully

ˈlʌst.fəl.i

Meanings of Lustfully:

adverb

Involving strong sexual desire

Usage examples:

They watched each other admiringly, almost lustfully., old men lustfully eyed pretty women walking …

Lustfulness

ˈlʌst.fəl.nəs

Meanings of Lustfulness:

noun

A strong feeling of sexual desire

Usage examples:

The song had a powerful lustfulness to it., lustfulness had led him to pursue a young ph.d. student…

Lustier

ˈlʌsti

Meanings of Lustier:

adjective

Healthy and strong; full of vigour.

Usage examples:

The other farmsteads had lusty young sons to work the land

Lustiest

ˈlʌs.ti

Meanings of Lustiest:

adjective

Healthy and strong; full of vigour.

Usage examples:

The other farmsteads had lusty young sons to work the land

Lustily

ˈlʌstɪli

Meanings of Lustily:

adverb

In a strong, healthy, vigorous way; heartily.

Usage examples:

Fans cheered lustily

Lustiness

ˈlʌs.ti.nəs

Meanings of Lustiness:

noun

The quality of being healthy, energetic, and full of strength and power

Usage examples:

She brings a full-throated, full-bodied lustiness to her role., the team played with lustiness and …

Lusting

lʌst

Meanings of Lusting:

verb

Have strong sexual desire for someone.

Usage examples:

He really lusted after me in those days
noun

Strong sexual desire.

Usage examples:

He knew that his lust for her had returned

Lustral

ˈlʌstr(ə)l

Meanings of Lustral:

adjective

Relating to or used in ceremonial purification.

Usage examples:

In certain contexts, lustral basins are more plausibly interpreted as bathrooms

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