Definition of lusty in English:

lusty

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Pronunciation: /ˈlʌsti
 
/

adjective (lustier, lustiest)

Derivatives

lustiness

noun
More example sentences
  • Petruchio has an admiration for Kate's lustiness.
  • Their latest effort, from the 2003 vintage, underscores the status of this wine as an inspiration to drinkers for its sheer lustiness and sense of abandon.
  • A certain lustiness, a certain appetite for the pleasures of life, is an attractive, human quality.

Origin

Middle English: from lust (in the early sense 'vigour') + -y1.

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