luxuriantly luxuriantly


  1. (adv) in an abundant and luxuriant manner
  2. (adv) in an elegantly luxuriant way


  1. The hardest of all belongs to a luxuriantly mustachioed suburban dealer of Chevrolets and Fiats named Dick Balch.
  2. On the Pakistan side, two stern-faced soldiers, sporting camouflaged fatigues and luxuriantly curling mustaches, stood at either end of the gate.
  3. A mild, quiet little man whose long face is made even longer by his swooping nose and luxuriantly sad mustache, Kantor changes his style with his subjects.


  • 'The Son': The Glory and Brutality of a Purebred Texan Clan

    The words of Edward Gibbon bookend Philipp Meyer's novel "The Son," a luxuriantly big book that tells a very Texan story of decline and fall. Meyer opens with Gibbon's words about how the vicissitudes of fortune defeat the most magisterial human achievements.
    on June 23, 2013     Source: The Lakeland Ledger

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