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adjective as in juicy, delicious

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Rubba says he wanted something “lively and bright and joyful,” a wish fulfilled by pink and pale green accents and strategically placed succulents.

She writes fat, succulent, don’t-bother-me-I’m-reading blockbusters that regularly top bestseller lists.

She gave it to me, and I put a small succulent in it that would soon die.

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Monitor risers also free up prime desktop real estate, giving you more space for supplies and cool desk accessories like charging stations, toys, and tiny succulents.

Throughout the city, succulent leaves frequently fall from the yards and pots of manicured pastel Victorians to the sidewalk, where I consider them fair game.

All its lusciousness is held within the meat itself, making each bite deliriously succulent.

Wonderful sausage: dense, herb-spangled links that are more lean than fatty, but nevertheless emphatically succulent.

Gloria is a role as succulent, meaty, and challenging as they come.

Its inventor, Keizo Shimamoto, tells Marlow Stern the story of this succulent creation.

Taking the time to source a quality product will result in a more succulent pork chop.

Is a temporary ailment, caused by eating too freely of fresh and generally wet clover, or other succulent food.

The great plenty of herbage, and its succulent quality, produced this effect, proofs of which we have in our own climate.

From where they sat at the mouth of the cavern they saw all three of their ponies cropping the succulent grass.

Bumper was so busy filling his little stomach with green, succulent things that he scarcely noticed the other's hesitation.

Which I unearthed, I soon cut two succulent slices: they suited me nicely.


On this page you'll find 28 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to succulent, such as: luscious, moist, tasty, yummy, divine, and lush.

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