luxuriant

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luxuriant (comparative more luxuriant, superlative most luxuriant)

  1. Abundant in growth or detail.
    • 1831, Letitia Elizabeth Landon, Romance and Reality, volume 3, pages 309-310:
      She wore a dress of azure blue velvet, with a deep border of gold; her luxuriant hair was put back from her brow in a style which no face but the most perfect could have borne, and was then gathered in a form like that of an ancient helmet, every plait glittering with diamonds: it was peculiar, but it suited her.

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luxuriant (feminine singular luxuriante, masculine plural luxuriants, feminine plural luxuriantes)

  1. luxuriant

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lūxuriant

  1. third-person plural present active indicative of lūxuriō

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From French luxuriant, from Latin luxurians.

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luxuriant m or n (feminine singular luxuriantă, masculine plural luxurianți, feminine and neuter plural luxuriante)

  1. lush

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