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lushy

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[ luhsh-ee ]
/ ˈlʌʃ i /
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adjective, lush·i·er, lush·i·est.

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Origin of lushy

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First recorded in 1815–25; lush1 + -y1

Definition for lushy (2 of 2)

lushy2
[ luhsh-ee ]
/ ˈlʌʃ i /

adjective, lush·i·er, lush·i·est.Slang.

drunk; tipsy.

Origin of lushy

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First recorded in 1805–15; lush2 + -y1
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    Sybil|Benjamin Disraeli
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  • Anna was owned by a widow, named Mrs. Ann Elizabeth Lushy, who resided on a farm of her own.

  • Every week he wrote lushy "poetry" for the Journal, about his newest conquest.

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