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luxuriant

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of LUXURIANT

1
covered with a thick, healthy natural growth <an older man who still has a luxuriant head of hair>
Antonyms barren, leafless
2
growing thickly and vigorously <a luxuriant coat of fur>
Near Antonyms dormant; blighted, stunted
Antonyms sparse
4
showing obvious signs of wealth and comfort <the fashion model always wore the most luxuriant outfits>
Near Antonyms economical, frugal, meager (or meagre), spare, stingy, thrifty
Antonyms ascetic (also ascetical), austere, humble, no-frills, spartan

April 19, 2015
desiccate Hear it
to dry up or become dried up
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