Definition of lusty
lustilyplay \ˈlə-stə-lē\ adverb
lustinessplay \ˈlə-stē-nəs\ noun
Examples of lusty in a Sentence
the lusty young rowers on the college crew team
a lusty spirit of adventure
Recent Examples of lusty from the Web
Apart from Pier Paolo Pasolini's lusty 1971 adaptation, the Decameron hasn't exactly thrived onscreen, partly because its narrative frame is such a bummer.
India’s government is advising pregnant women to avoid all meat, eggs and lusty thoughts.
NEW DELHI (AP) — India’s government is advising pregnant women to avoid all meat, eggs and lusty thoughts.
And even as the fans rose as one to cheer Scalise's name and the Capitol Police, there was no mistaking the lusty cheers for their own side as the game progressed.
Ancient Greek historians offered many lusty tales of the brave female warriors whose culture didn't like men all that much.
The third could be the soups du jour, like a lusty, deeply satisfying curried Japanese sweet potato, tinged with lemongrass and topped with walnuts.
The Cuban native is a Miami nightlife institution known for his classic bolero stylings, lusty laugh and all-night-long enthusiasm.
The plot loosely mirrors key themes in the songs, which are steeped in exile and loss, but still lusty and defiant.
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Synonym Discussion of lusty
LUSTY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lusty for English Language Learners
: full of strength and energy
LUSTY Defined for Kids
Definition of lusty for Students
: full of strength and energy lusty cheers
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