adjective Lu·cul·lan \lü-ˈkə-lən\

Definition of LUCULLAN

:  lavish, luxurious <a Lucullan feast>

Variants of LUCULLAN

Lu·cul·lan also Lu·cul·li·an \-ˈkə-lē-ən\

Examples of LUCULLAN

  1. <a Lucullan lifestyle that included the requisite mansion and yacht>

Origin of LUCULLAN

Latin lucullanus of Licinius Lucullus; from his reputation for luxurious banquets
First Known Use: 1861


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