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Lush vs. Luscious

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Lushadjective

(obsolete) Lax; slack; limp; flexible.

Lusciousadjective

sweet and pleasant; delicious

Lushadjective

(dialectal) Mellow; soft; (of ground or soil) easily turned; fertile.

Lusciousadjective

sexually appealing; seductive

Lushadjective

Juicy, succulent.

Lusciousadjective

obscene

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Lushadjective

(of vegetation) Dense, teeming with life; luxuriant.

Lusciousadjective

Sweet; delicious; very grateful to the taste; toothsome; excessively sweet or rich.

‘And raisins keep their luscious, native taste.’;

Lushadjective

(of food) Savoury, delicious.

‘That meal was lush! We have to go that restaurant again sometime!’;

Lusciousadjective

Cloying; fulsome.

‘He had a tedious, luscious way of talking.’;

Lushadjective

(miscellaneous) Thriving; rife; sumptuous.

Lusciousadjective

Gratifying a depraved sense; obscene.

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Lushadjective

Beautiful, sexy.

‘Boys with long hair are lush!’;

Lusciousadjective

having strong sexual appeal;

‘juicy barmaids’; ‘a red-hot mama’; ‘a voluptuous woman’;

Lushadjective

Amazing, cool, fantastic, wicked.

‘Your voice is lush, Lucy! I could listen to it all day!’;

Lusciousadjective

extremely pleasing to the sense of taste

Lushnoun

Drunkard, sot, alcoholic.

Lushnoun

(slang) Intoxicating liquor.

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Lushnoun

A person who enjoys talking about themselves

‘Am I humble or am I a lush?’;

Lushverb

(ambitransitive) To drink (liquor) to excess.

Lushadjective

Full of juice or succulence.

‘How lush and lusty the grass looks! how green!’;

Lushadjective

Having thick and luxurient vegetation.

Lushadjective

Characterized by abundance or luxurience; rich.

Lushnoun

Liquor, esp. intoxicating liquor; drink.

Lushnoun

an habitual drunkard.

Lushnoun

a person who drinks alcohol to excess habitually

Lushadjective

produced or growing in extreme abundance;

‘their riotous blooming’;

Lushadjective

characterized by extravagance and profusion;

‘a lavish buffet’; ‘a lucullan feast’;

Lushadjective

full of juice;

‘lush fruits’; ‘succulent roast beef’; ‘succulent plants with thick fleshy leaves’;

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