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  • adj. superlative form of lush: most lush.

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Examples

  • Even the land, the lushest in the desert, is becoming polluted from our sins as a people and will not see another harvest like this one.

    THE PROMISED WAR

  • She took a step back and then another, until she backed up into the lushest, softest crimson sofa in all creation.

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  • With plenty of dark, brambly fruit, this is red Burgundy at its lushest and most tempting.

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  • Those "brown" hills, which are shimmering gold in summer if you get away from the coast a bit, are the lushest, brightest emerald green in the rainy season.

    "My hollow shell gives you the finger."

  • CRAIG IVANYI, ARIZONA-SONORA DESERT MUSEUM: The Sonoran desert is the lushest desert on the planet.

    CNN Transcript Sep 5, 2009

  • Always wanting the greener grass in the past or the future, even though we're standing on the lushest, viridescent field we've ever seen?

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  • But those were child's play compared to the present art of enabling the lushest of living standards in the midst of the most hostile environments, secured by the private armies of Blackwater.

    2014

  • The herb-slope is the lushest plant community, with species-rich vegetation.

    Ilulissat Icefjord, Denmark-Greenland

  • The band's music echoes their own history and culture, helping them create new hybrids of rock, metal and Islam, and through it, some of the world's lushest, and most innovative and powerful rock 'n roll.

    Mark Levine: How Led Zeppelin Broke Through the Walls Between Islam and the West

  • But no, everywhere you look, there are the lushest, sweetest-green lawns you could imagine.

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