Lush – meaning of the word and examples

A lush area has a lot of green, healthy, plants, grass and trees.

Very attractive to look at, taste, smell, etc. (Cambridge Dictionary)

Good or, of a person, attractive. (Cambridge Dictionary)

(of vegetation, especially grass) growing luxuriantly. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Very rich and providing great sensory pleasure. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Sexually attractive. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Growing vigorously especially with luxuriant foliage. (Merriam – Webster)

Lush fields or gardens have a lot of very healthy grass or plants. (Collins Dictionary)

If you describe a place or thing as lush, you mean that it is very luxurious. (Collins Dictionary)


Meaning of lush. Word pandit.

Lush. Your Dictionary


2 thoughts on “Lush – meaning of the word and examples

  1. Footnote: the word has become a colloquialism in English West country regional parlance, where the phrase ‘Girt lush’ (‘Girt’ is literally ‘Great’) means ‘very good’ or ‘very attractive’


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