luxuriantly

[ luhg-zhoor-ee-uhnt, luhk-shoor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF luxuriantly
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Examine the vines all round, and remove those trailing branches which are produced so luxuriantly at this season of the year.

That which lingers after an epoch is generally that which lived most luxuriantly in it.

It was a large, square room, solidly but not luxuriantly furnished.

It will spring up among us, then, as luxuriantly as the wild honeysuckle.

The flowers grow so luxuriantly, that mans hand cannot keep them in bounds.

All of the Ramblers are good, but none blooms so luxuriantly as the crimson.

He had furnished a large studio as a sitting-room, not luxuriantly but pleasantly.

On the summit of a high bank, luxuriantly surrounded by tropical foliage of all sorts, was Bob Cochrane's home.

At low tide the ponies and marsh-cows resort here to feed upon the long grass which grows so luxuriantly at all seasons.

They grow as luxuriantly beside the cabin of the pioneer as against the palace of the millionaire.

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