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[luhs-tee-hoo d]
  1. lustiness; vigor.
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Origin of lustihood

First recorded in 1590–1600; lusty + -hood
Dictionary.com Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018

Examples from the Web for lustihood

Historical Examples

  • The earl scorns the English youth no longer; he knows their lustihood.


    Walter Besant

  • He was a patriarchal giant of the wild, where endurance and lustihood mean so much.

    The Long Patrol

    H. A. Cody

  • His port nevertheless was erect, and his step as firm as in his days of lustihood.

  • Even the vigour and lustihood of its maturity are quick passing away.

    Mirror of the Months

    Peter George Patmore

  • As Homer is the first vigour and lustihood, Ossian is the decay and old age of poetry.