lush definition

  • adjective:
    • Having or characterized by luxuriant vegetation.
    • Abundant; plentiful. See Synonyms at profuse.
    • exceptionally effective; thriving.
    • Luxurious; opulent: the lush décor of a grand hotel.
    • very pleasing toward senses: a lush aroma; rich fresh fruit; the rich noises of an orchestra.
    • Voluptuous or sensual.
    • Overelaborate or extravagant: lush rhetoric.
    • Lax; slack; limp; versatile.
    • Mellow; smooth; (of floor or soil) easily turned.
    • dense, teeming with life
    • luxuriant, tasty
    • breathtaking, sexy
    • amazing, cool, great, sinful
    • packed with juice or succulence.
    • Having thick and luxurient vegetation.
    • described as abundance or luxurience; rich.
    • high in liquid
    • characterized by extravagance and profusion
    • produced or developing in severe variety
  • noun:
    • A drunkard.
    • drunkard, sot, alcohol
    • intoxicating liquor
    • Liquor, esp. intoxicating liquor; beverage.
    • an habitual drunkard.
    • A twig for thatching.
    • alcohol; intoxicating drink.
    • The burbot: same as losh .
    • an individual who drinks alcoholic beverages to excess constantly
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To take in alcohol to extra.
  • verb:
    • To drink alcohol to extra.
    • To drink (liquor) to excess.
  • others:
    • Lax; slack; limp; versatile.
    • Mellow; quickly turned, as ground.
    • Fresh, luxuriant, and delicious; succulent, as grass or other plant life.
    • To rush violently.
    • To splash in liquid.
    • To drink; tipple on.
    • To take in intoxicating alcohol.

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