- lushes, lusher, lushest1) ADJ-GRADED 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.Syn:Derived words:lushness N-UNCOUNT
...a tropical lushness.2) ADJ-GRADED: v-link ADJ If you describe a place or thing as lush, you mean that it is very luxurious.
The Carlton-intercontinental hotel is lush, plush, and very non-backpacker...
The fabrics were lush.Syn:3) N-COUNT If you describe someone as a lush, you mean that they drink too much alcohol. [INFORMAL]
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lush — lush1 [lush] adj. [ME lusch, ? echoic var. of lassch, soft, flaccid < OFr lasche, lax, loose < laschier, to loosen < LL * lascare < * lascus, altered by metathesis < L laxus, LAX] 1. tender and full of juice 2. of luxuriant growth… … English World dictionary
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lush|y — «LUHSH ee», adjective, lush|i|er, lush|i|est. tender; soft; lush … Useful english dictionary
Lush — (l[u^]sh), a. [Prob. an abbrev. of lushious, fr. luscious.] 1. Full of juice or succulence. Tennyson. [1913 Webster] How lush and lusty the grass looks! how green! Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. Having thick and luxurient vegetation. [PJC] 3.… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
lush — Ⅰ. lush  ► ADJECTIVE 1) (of vegetation) luxuriant. 2) rich or luxurious. 3) informal sexually attractive. DERIVATIVES lushly adverb lushness noun. ORIGIN … English terms dictionary
Lush — Lush, n. [Etymol uncertain; said to be fr. Lushington, name of a London brewer.] 1. Liquor, esp. intoxicating liquor; drink. [Slang] C. Lever. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] 2. an habitual drunkard. [PJC] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
lush — index fertile Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
lush — luxuriant, *profuse, lavish, prodigal, exuberant Analogous words: abounding or abundant, teeming, swarming (see corresponding verbs at TEEM): sumptuous, opulent, *luxurious … New Dictionary of Synonyms