Definition of Lushier

1. lushy [adj] - See also: lushy



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lushier

lusciously
lusciousness
lusciousnesses
luser
lusern
lusers
lushburg
lushburgs
lushed
lusher
lushers
lushes
lushest
lushier (current term)
lushiest
lushing
lushly
lushness
lushnesses
lushy
lusk
lusked
lusking
luskish
lusks
lusorious
lussheburgh
lussheburghs

Literary usage of Lushier

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Colonial Tramp: Travels and Adventures in Australia and New Guinea by Hume Nisbet (1891)
"Here in Gippsland Nature was lushier—grasses grew ranker and more twining, plants seemed to be swollen in their stalks and fibres with juices. ..."

2. Life in the London Streets: Or, Struggles for Daily Bread by Richard Rowe (1881)
"She's a brute of a husband, to be sure, poor gal, who whops her,—whops her now for gittin' lushier than hisself; but Mother Brimstone haint 'ad that excuse, ..."

3. Picked up in the streets; or, Struggles for life amongst the London poor by Richard Rowe (1880)
"She's a brute of a husband, to be sure, poor gal, who whops her,—whops her now for gittin' lushier than hisself; but Mother Brimstone haint 'ad that excuse, ..."

4. From the Land of the Wombat by William Sylvester Walker (1899)
"... which shot onward through a pasture land of wealthier farmers, where sleek cows, calves, horses, mares, and foals grazed on greener and lushier grass, ..."

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