Origin of lush1
OTHER WORDS FROM lushlushly, adverblushness, noun
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How to use lush in a sentence
But, they cannot, even under the best of conditions, put out new growth or burst into lush and unexpected bloom.Alison Lurie, Pulitzer-winning novelist of mordant wit and boundless empathy, dies at 94|Phoebe Connelly|December 4, 2020|Washington Post
On May 11, while preparing to bid adieu to the Alps, he shared an oil painting of the house, this time surrounded by lush, spring fields.When specialty cheesemaking becomes a quarantine pastime|By Kat Craddock/Saveur|December 1, 2020|Popular-Science
Throughout history, local fishermen have pulled up the cichlids in nets for food, but for several decades researchers from around the globe have collected these fish as well in their quest to understand that lush diversity.New Fish Data Reveal How Evolutionary Bursts Create Species|Elena Renken|December 1, 2020|Quanta Magazine
The finished product is full of notes of lush fruit and licorice, fine leather aromas, and great concentration of ripe soft tannins and well-integrated oak.
To cut down on the sound traveling, they’ve turned the dining-room workspace into a lush, plant-filled place.Sharing a home office with your partner? Here’s how to keep the peace.|Amanda Long|November 12, 2020|Washington Post
It looked luxurious with its simple patterns lushly detailed with sequins and rhinestones.
Usually about a foot high, the hardy and ubiquitous purple grass of Naraka grew far more lushly around the edges of the swamps.Narakan Rifles, About Face!|Jan Smith
Everything was so lushly wet that moss grew green even on tree trunks and roofs.Across the Fruited Plain|Florence Crannell Means
Mibusak (nabusak) ang sagbut tungud sa ulan, The weeds grow lushly because of the rain.A Dictionary of Cebuano Visayan|John U. Wolff