[luhg-zhoo r-ee-uh ns, luhk-shoo r-]
- luxuriant growth or productiveness; rich abundance; lushness.
Origin of luxuriance
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Examples from the Web for luxuriance
The vegetation was extravagant in its luxuriance and splendor.The Rock of Chickamauga
Joseph A. Altsheler
Fruit trees, Turkey corn, vines, and flax flourished in luxuriance.Vivian Grey
Earl of Beaconsfield, Benjamin Disraeli
There is a luxuriance of decoration in the many chapels of different epochs.The Cathedrals of Northern France
They were lavish in their praises of its luxuriance, its fruits, its game, and its birds of brilliant plumage.
First, his luxuriance of imagination, and at the same time his control over it.Spare Hours
Word Origin and History for luxuriance
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