- Juicy or lush.
- 1984 December, Pat Neisser, “Quebec”, in Orange Coast Magazine, volume 10, number 12, page 98:
- Escargots, smoked salmon, fresh seafood, and pasta are all presented in succulent style, and the price is right.
- Luscious or delectable.
- 2000, Stereophile - Volume 23, Issues 7-12, page 167:
- "Hotter Than That," written by his wife, Lil Hardin, who had dandy rhythm herself, is scat vocal a la king, as Armstrong trades succulent phrases with guitar whiz Lonnie Johnson before offering a brief but telling solo.
- 2003, T. D. Jakes, God's Leading Lady, →ISBN:
- It could be a verse from God's word that darts straight to the need of your heart with its succulent comfort.
- 2005, Michael Kent, The Big Jiggety: Or the Return of the Kind of American, →ISBN, page 44:
- Not far from me, I noticed a succulent blond.
- 2005, Kathleen Scott, A Woman's Toolbox: Practical Tools for Creating a Balanced Life, →ISBN:
- Let go of the titles and just be the succulent woman you are each moment changing anew.
- 2006, Fred Khumalo, Bitches' Brew, →ISBN, page 9:
- It will get a hard-on even if its owner sees a one-breasted woman with no teeth, and squinty eyes, just as long as she holds promise of a nice behind, agreeable thighs — a succulent woman.
- 2014, Carle C. Zimmerman, Family and Civilization, →ISBN:
- The peaceful revolution was achieved in the United States following 1820, largely under the guise of succulent phrases and legal technicalities.
- (botany) Having fleshy leaves or other tissues that store water.
juicy or lush
botany: having fleshy leaves or other tissues that store water
succulent (plural succulents)
a succulent plant
|Inflection of succulent|
- succulent (all senses)