full of or characterized by healthy vigor.
hearty, as a meal.
- lust·i·ly, adverb
- lust·i·ness, noun
- o·ver·lust·i·ness, noun
- o·ver·lust·y, adjective
- un·lust·y, adjective
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How to use lusty in a sentence
This constellation is also often a hunter in Aboriginal cultures, or a group of lusty young men.The World’s Oldest Story? Astronomers Say Global Myths About ‘Seven Sisters’ Stars May Reach Back 100,000 Years | Ray Norris | January 10, 2021 | Singularity Hub
If the lusty cheers in the Time Warner Cable Arena were any indication, these speakers fired up the base.
She keeps the party honest because she gives lusty voice to the concerns of ordinary American conservatives.
It should not be surprising that my head was full of lusty fantasy that summer.
Nine lusty-lunged adults in that one room prohibited confidential speech.Raw Gold | Bertrand W. Sinclair
He makes love to her, just because it is the nature of a lusty son of Adam to make love to a pretty daughter of Eve.The Joyous Adventures of Aristide Pujol | William J. Locke
Such an excuse came near rendering me ridiculous in the eyes of those lusty Scots.Friend Mac Donald | Max O'Rell
It is the Book of Howth which accuses Sidney of being a ‘lusty feeder and surfeiter.’Ireland Under the Tudors, Vol. II (of 3) | Richard Bagwell
A lusty cheer came from the British ships; they thought the flag down and the victory theirs.Stories of Our Naval Heroes | Various
British Dictionary definitions for lusty
having or characterized by robust health
strong or invigorating: a lusty brew
- lustily, adverb
- lustiness, noun
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