lushness

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{i} abundance of growth (of plants, etc.); richness, luxuriousness
The property of being lush
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amazing, cool, fantastic, wicked

Your voice is lush, Lucy! I could listen to it all day!.

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to drink liquor to excess
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luxuriant, delicious

That meal was lush! We have to go that restaurant again sometime!.

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dense, teeming with life

Some of the world’s best rain forest and volcanic hiking can be found within the lush canopied Caribbean trail systems. Chock-full of waterfalls and hot springs, bright-colored birds and howling monkeys, flora-lined trails cut through thick, fragrant forests and up cloud-covered mountains.

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drunkard, sot, alcoholic
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intoxicating liquor
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to drink (liquor) to excess
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{a} having a deep color
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{n} lewdness, luxury
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Lush fields or gardens have a lot of very healthy grass or plants. the lush green meadows bordering the river The beautifully landscaped gardens sprawl with lush vegetation. + lushness lush·ness a tropical lushness
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full of juice; "lush fruits"; "succulent roast beef"; "succulent plants with thick fleshy leaves
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Wines that seem high in residual sugar and taste soft or viscous are called lush
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luxuriant, delicious (usually used to describe food)
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Describes impression of wines with high amounts of residual sugar Adjective almost entirely reserved for sweetdessert wines
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dense, teeming with life (usually used to describe vegetation)
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Liquor, esp
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If you describe a place or thing as lush, you mean that it is very luxurious. a mirrored bathroom done in soft pink tiles with a lush, plush carpet The fabrics were lush. an alcoholic
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Full of juice or succulence
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beautiful, sexy
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n Alcoholic, drunkard
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full of juice; "lush fruits"; "succulent roast beef"; "succulent plants with thick fleshy leaves"
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{i} drunkard; alcoholic beverage, liquor
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intoxicating liquor; drink
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No, not a floosy drinking gin Rich, sweet, velvety full wines of soft texture are called lush
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produced or growing in extreme abundance; "their riotous blooming"
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a person who drinks alcohol to excess habitually
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{s} luxuriant, growing in abundance (of plants, etc.); full of plant growth, overgrown; rich, ornate, luxurious
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alcoholic
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Wines that are high in residual sugar and taste soft or viscous are called lush
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Describes impression of wines with high amounts of residual sugar Adjective almost entirely reserved for sweet dessert wines
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{f} drink alcoholic beverages; supply with alcoholic beverages
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characterized by extravagance and profusion; "a lavish buffet"; "a lucullan feast"
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Beer and other intoxicating drinks; so called from Lushington the brewer
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