lush

[adj] - full of juice
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Lush

Lush adjective [ Prob. an abbrev. of lushious , from luscious .] Full of juice or succulence. Tennyson. « How lush and lusty the grass looks! how green!» Shak.
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Lush

Lush noun [ Etymol uncertain; said to be from Lushington , name of a London brewer.] Liquor, esp. intoxicating liquor; drink. [ Slang] C. Lever.
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lush

succulent adjective full of juice; `lush fruits`; `succulent roast beef`; `succulent plants with thick fleshy leaves`
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Lush

• (a.) Full of juice or succulence. • (n.) Liquor, esp. intoxicating liquor; drink.
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Lush

Lush is slang for a heavy drinker, especially an alcoholic.
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Lush

A vampire who habitually feeds upon prey who are under the influence of drink or drugs in order to experince the sensations thereof.
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Lush

A vampire who feeds from drugged or inebriated mortals in order to become so himself.
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lush

Lush wines are velvety, soft, richly fruity wines that are both concentrated and fat. A lush wine can never be an astringent or hard wine.
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Lush

Lush wines are rich, opulent, glycerin filled and often sexy!
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lush

produced or growing in extreme abundance
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lush

See below strongly,
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