luxuriant

[ luhg-zhoor-ee-uhnt, luhk-shoor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF luxuriant

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It is full of the finest grass, and its soil is rich and luxuriant.

Nor could Nature, here in her most luxuriant mood, relieve it from its sordid aspect.

In colour, it was of a greenish-red and a very gentle yet luxuriant green.

The luxuriant mythology of the early Greeks was not unscientific.

Abortion, also, often follows a sudden change from poor to luxuriant food.

For walls it had the primeval forest, with its drapery of luxuriant foliage.

We find it suddenly withering, when it should be most fresh and luxuriant.

This width allows the luxuriant plant to branch and fruit well.

A snood or fillet of blue ribbon confined her luxuriant hair.

But it is in all directions fertile and luxuriant in the extreme.

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