Origin of luxuriant
Examples from the Web for luxuriantly
“ The Bright Forest,” won instant acclaim for its luxuriantly epic feel.
They are best suited for chalk districts or rocky ones, where they thrive most luxuriantly, and make a very brilliant display.The Wild Garden|William Robinson
The flowers grow so luxuriantly, that mans hand cannot keep them in bounds.Three Months Abroad|Anna Vivanti
It grew wild and luxuriantly within a few feet of the broad piazza of the country-house.Due South or Cuba Past and Present|Maturin M. Ballou
They would see how such a region can be made quite picturesque, as well as luxuriantly productive.A Walk from London to John O'Groat's|Elihu Burritt
The soil was rich and luxuriantly covered with the best grasses, and slightly wooded with white-wood.Journal of Landsborough's Expedition from Carpentaria|William Landsborough
British Dictionary definitions for luxuriantly
Word Origin for luxuriant
Word Origin and History for luxuriantly
1530s, from Middle French luxuriant and directly from Latin luxuriantem (nominative luxurians), present participle of luxuriare "have to excess, grow profusely" (see luxuriate). Related: Luxuriantly.