lustily


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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:
Adv.1.lustily - in a healthy manner; "the young plants grew lustily"

lustily

adverb vigorously, hard, strongly, loudly, powerfully, forcefully, with all your might, with might and main The baby cried lustily when he was hungry.
Translations
بِقُوَةٍ وَحَيَوِيَّه
energicky
hraustlega
arzuylaşehvetle

lustily

[ˈlʌstɪlɪ] ADV [sing] → animadamente

lustily

advkräftig; workmit Schwung und Energie; eatherzhaft; singaus voller Kehle; cry, cheeraus vollem Hals(e)

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
References in classic literature ?
Bereft of his cake, defrauded of his frolic, and borne away by a strong hand to that detested bed, poor Demi could not restrain his wrath, but openly defied Papa, and kicked and screamed lustily all the way upstairs.
Night came on, horses whinnied, the clerks in the stores ran madly about, children became lost and cried lustily, an American town worked terribly at the task of amusing itself.
The cobbler wrought upon a shoe; the blacksmith hammered his iron, the soldier waved his glittering blade; the lady raised a tiny breeze with her fan; the jolly toper swigged lustily at his bottle; a scholar opened his book with eager thirst for knowledge, and turned his head to and fro along the page; the milkmaid energetically drained her cow; and a miser counted gold into his strong-box,--all at the same turning of a crank.
Ichabod, whose fears increased with the delay, jerked the reins on the other side, and kicked lustily with the contrary foot: it was all in vain; his steed started, it is true, but it was only to plunge to the opposite side of the road into a thicket of brambles and alder-bushes.
She still screamed and sobbed lustily, kicked her two brothers for offering to touch her, and all their united soothings were ineffectual till Lady Middleton luckily remembering that in a scene of similar distress last week, some apricot marmalade had been successfully applied for a bruised temple, the same remedy was eagerly proposed for this unfortunate scratch, and a slight intermission of screams in the young lady on hearing it, gave them reason to hope that it would not be rejected.
After this discovery, old Mazey himself, snoring lustily, with the red fisherman's cap pulled down to his eyebrows, and the blankets drawn up to his nose, became an object of secondary importance only, by comparison with his bed.
And their assembled friends being not a bit behindhand, roared out lustily.
Dick (a perfect country gentleman) to follow lustily with the same cry.
At length it had come into my head that the sign looked like a hammer, and on my lustily calling that word in my sister's ear, she had begun to hammer on the table and had expressed a qualified assent.
By my troth,'' said the knight, ``thou hast sung well and lustily, and in high praise of thine order.
The banquet was a very gorgeous one, and the poor youth fell to and ate and drank lustily.
So my lords and gentlemen all, spare not the wine, but fall to lustily.