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luscious

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of luscious

  1. 1 very pleasing to the sense of taste a luscious strawberry bursting with juice Synonyms of luscious ambrosial, appetizing, dainty, delectable, delish, flavorful, flavorsome, delicious, lush, mouthwatering, palatable, savory (also savoury), scrumptious, succulent, tasteful, tasty, toothsome, toothy, yummyWords Related to luscious digestible, eatable, edible; delightful, heavenly, pleasing; agreeable, gratifying, pleasant; satisfying; choice, delicate, exquisite, rareNear Antonyms of luscious banal, boring, commonplace, tedious; noisome, smelly, stinky; noxious, unwholesome; miserable, wretched; abhorrent, abominable, awful, detestable, disagreeable, disgusting, foul, horrid, nauseating, offensive, repellent (also repellant), repugnant, repulsive, sickening, unpleasantAntonyms of luscious distasteful, flat, flavorless, insipid, stale, tasteless, unappetizing, unpalatable, unsavory, yucky (also yukky)

  2. 2 pleasing to the physical senses luscious silk fabric that slid across her hands Synonyms of luscious carnal, fleshly, sensual, lush, sensuous, voluptuousWords Related to luscious bodily, corporeal; agreeable, delectable, delicious, delightful, dreamy, gratifying, palatable, pleasant, pleasing, pleasurable, scrumptious; epicurean, luxurious, self-indulgentNear Antonyms of luscious harsh, painful, uncomfortable; disgusting, foul, hideous, icky

  3. 3 giving pleasure or contentment to the mind or senses the luscious thought that while she was basking on the beach, her coworkers were slaving away at the office Synonyms of luscious agreeable, blessed (also blest), congenial, darling, delectable, delicious, delightful, delightsome, dreamy, dulcet, enjoyable, felicitous, good, grateful, gratifying, heavenly, jolly, pleasant, nice, palatable, pleasing, pleasurable, pretty, satisfying, savory (also savoury), sweet, tasty, welcomeWords Related to luscious alluring, attractive, desirable, enviable, inviting, relishable, tempting; charming, enchanting, fascinating; calming, comforting, soothing; amusing, diverting, entertaining, recreative; affable, amiable, cheerful, cheery, comfortable, gemütlich, genial, goodly, good-natured, gracious, hospitable, kindly, personable; blissful, felicific, glad, happy, joyous; elating, exhilarating, intoxicating; ecstatic, euphoric, nirvanic, rapturousNear Antonyms of luscious abominable, ghastly, god-awful, hellish, horrid, miserable, wretched; bilious, disgusting, distasteful, obnoxious, offensive, repellent (also repellant), repugnant, repulsive, revulsive, unsavory, vile, yucky (also yukky); abhorrent, detestable, hateful, odious; boring, commonplace, dull, flat, insipid, irksome, stale, tedious; displeasing, dissatisfying; depressing, disheartening, dismal, dreary, gloomy, heartbreaking, heartrending, joyless, lachrymose, sad, unhappy; deplorable, doleful, dolorous, lamentable, lugubrious, mournful, regrettable, sorrowful, tragic (also tragical); aggravating, annoying, exasperating, irritating, peeving, perturbing, vexing; forbidding; hostile, intimidating; angering, enraging, incensing, inflaming (also enflaming), infuriating, maddening, outraging, rankling, riling; distressing, disturbing, upsettingAntonyms of luscious disagreeable, pleasureless, unpalatable, unpleasant, unwelcome

  4. 4 sexually attractive a luscious bod like that has spent a lot of time in the gym or under the knife of a good plastic surgeon Synonyms of luscious bodacious, desirable, dishy, hot, sexy, toothsomeWords Related to luscious foxy, nubile; hunky, studly [slang]; alluring, seductive, sultry, vampish, vampy

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