lush

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beautiful, sexy

Boys with long hair are lush!.

intoxicating liquor
amazing, cool, fantastic, wicked

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

luxuriant, delicious

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

to drink liquor to excess
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.

drunkard, sot, alcoholic
to drink (liquor) to excess
{a} having a deep color
{n} lewdness, luxury
{f} drink alcoholic beverages; supply with alcoholic beverages
Describes impression of wines with high amounts of residual sugar Adjective almost entirely reserved for sweet dessert wines
dense, teeming with life (usually used to describe vegetation)
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
full of juice; "lush fruits"; "succulent roast beef"; "succulent plants with thick fleshy leaves
Wines that seem high in residual sugar and taste soft or viscous are called lush
Full of juice or succulence
Describes impression of wines with high amounts of residual sugar Adjective almost entirely reserved for sweetdessert wines
characterized by extravagance and profusion; "a lavish buffet"; "a lucullan feast"
Liquor, esp
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
luxuriant, delicious (usually used to describe food)
produced or growing in extreme abundance; "their riotous blooming"
Wines that are high in residual sugar and taste soft or viscous are called lush
alcoholic
{s} luxuriant, growing in abundance (of plants, etc.); full of plant growth, overgrown; rich, ornate, luxurious
n Alcoholic, drunkard
a person who drinks alcohol to excess habitually
No, not a floosy drinking gin Rich, sweet, velvety full wines of soft texture are called lush
intoxicating liquor; drink
{i} drunkard; alcoholic beverage, liquor
Beer and other intoxicating drinks; so called from Lushington the brewer
full of juice; "lush fruits"; "succulent roast beef"; "succulent plants with thick fleshy leaves"
lushly
In a lush way
lushly
abundantly, luxuriously, opulently, lavishly
lushness
The property of being lush
lushness
{i} abundance of growth (of plants, etc.); richness, luxuriousness
lush
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