Luxuriant

Lux·u'ri·ant adjective [ Latin luxurians , present participle of luxuriare : confer French luxuriant . See Luxuriate .] Exuberant in growth; rank; excessive; very abundant; as, a luxuriant growth of grass; luxuriant foliage. « Prune the luxuriant
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luxuriant

Exuberant in growth; rank; excessive; very abundant; as, a luxuriant growth of grass; luxuriant foliage. 'Prune the luxuriant, the uncouth refine. ... <botany> ' (Pope) Luxuriant flower, one in which the floral envelopes are overdeveloped at the expense of the essential organs. ... Origin: L. Luxurians, p. Pr. Of luxuriare: cf. F. Luxuriant. ...
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Luxuriant

• (a.) Exuberant in growth; rank; excessive; very abundant; as, a luxuriant growth of grass; luxuriant foliage.
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luxuriant

overabundant in growth
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luxuriant

produced or growing in extreme abundance
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luxuriant

produced or growing in extreme abundance
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