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If water be present on the surface of Venus and if oxygen be a constituent of its atmosphere, we might expect to find in that planet a luxuriant tropical life.
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The mountain ranges continue drawing nearer and nearer to each other, and the woods become thicker and more luxuriant.
A WOMAN'S JOURNEY ROUND THE WORLDIDA PFEIFFER
But here vegetation is so luxuriant, that even the pruned and grafted tree springs up like the native of the forest.
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The clove-tree is somewhat smaller, and cannot boast of such luxuriant foliage, or such fine large leaves as the nutmeg-tree.
A WOMAN'S JOURNEY ROUND THE WORLDIDA PFEIFFER
At any rate, this pit is a very lovely one, abounding in the most luxuriant vegetation.
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This rustic porch, overhung with luxuriant vines, evidently served as the family sitting-room.
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Her luxuriant chestnut hair, with frequent glints of gold entangled in its meshes, waved naturally all over her shapely head.
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A magnificent mahogany tree, whose luxuriant branches overshadowed the whole clearing, stood nearly in the centre.
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The luxuriant growth of reeds around the lakes gives the feeling of utter seclusion from the madding crowd.
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The French woods are more luxuriant, and generally composed of more beautiful trees than those in England and in America.
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WORDS RELATED TO LUXURIANT

  • coarse
  • dense
  • excessive
  • extreme
  • exuberant
  • fertile
  • flourishing
  • fructiferous
  • grown
  • high-growing
  • junglelike
  • lavish
  • lush
  • luxuriant
  • overabundant
  • overgrown
  • productive
  • profuse
  • prolific
  • rampant
  • rich
  • semitropical
  • tropical
  • vigorous
  • wild
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