Anne Sinclair was as unimpeachable as Barbara Walters, as luscious as Diane Sawyer, as authoritative as both.
This reminds me of the luscious radicchio di Treviso my parents would grill when I visited them in Venice.
“Destination,” meanwhile, presents a panoply of nightlife hotspots, serene beaches, and luscious vineyards.
“luscious” Johnny Valiant, who joined the federation in 1967, concurred.
The Daily Beast: A lot of people pay money to have lips as luscious as yours.
In consequence of this, he usually reaches the surface in a state of half-blindness, holding the luscious morsel in his bill.
Tasted these wines; found them sweet and luscious, too much so for my palate.
This luscious fruit is at its best when served fresh from the vines, with the bloom still on.
Somebody had discovered a pasture where the bushes were loaded with luscious fruit.
Feeding on the luscious berries and the rich cassava root, Lots of dates and lots of guavas, clusters of forbidden fruit.
late 15c., perhaps a variant (with form perhaps influenced by Old French luxure, lusure) of Middle English licius "delicious" (c.1400), which is perhaps a shortening of delicious, but OED is against this. Related: Lusciously; lusciousness.