lustiness


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lust·y

 (lŭs′tē)
adj. lust·i·er, lust·i·est
1. Full of vigor or vitality; robust.
2. Powerful; strong: a lusty cry.
3. Lustful.
4. Merry; joyous.

lust′i·ly adv.
lust′i·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.lustiness - the property of being strong and healthy in constitution
strength - the property of being physically or mentally strong; "fatigue sapped his strength"
Translations
شَهْوانيَّه
vitalita
sundhed
hreysti
vitálnosť

lust

(last) noun
(a) very strong desire. a lust for power.
ˈlustful adjective
ˈlustfully adverb
ˈlusty adjective
1. strong and loud. The baby gave a lusty yell.
2. strong and healthy. a lusty young man.
ˈlustily adverb
ˈlustiness noun
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