- lustiness; vigor.
Origin of lustihood
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Examples from the Web for lustihood
The earl scorns the English youth no longer; he knows their lustihood.London
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.Rob of the Bowl, Vol. I (of 2)
John P. Kennedy
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.