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- n. The property of having or experiencing lust, of being lusty.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. State of being lusty; vigor; strength.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being lusty; vigor; robustness.
- n. Pleasure; delight; enjoyment.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the property of being strong and healthy in constitution
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But always, he thought, he fooled himself with the thought, that his lustiness and huskiness would last, and, after he became High Admiral he could then have his pleasure.
While on the subject of the film's cast, Durra lucked out with award-winning French actress Élodie Bouchez, who brings a refined kind of sexual energy so important to the role of Asya, and so unlike the raw lustiness found in her American counterparts.
Obsessed with proving that, despite being a parable-spouting messiah whose tragic mission is to save this country from itself, he is basically your average guy and not weird in the slightest, Blair seems to have fixed on lustiness as prime evidence of his normality.
In fact, most females get confused by all their new lustiness, he said.
For one thing, they've got that healthy, Outback-reared, flesh-and-blood lustiness that American stars had before they started dieting.
Like many of his disciples, Bunyard took a bestial delight in produce, writing of his quiet carnal anticipation for the “lustiness” of peaches.
That must explain the size and lustiness of this plant.
Or, come to think of it, the lustiness of Robert Mitchum's sheep drover in Fred Zinnemann's grand Australian opus "The Sundowners."
They're worth exploring, though, because we find Greek wines to be quite special, with an earthy lustiness that is perfect with the food.
Some believe the sastra wangi writers are merely bringing to light the country's natural lustiness.