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

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

lustily

[ˈlʌstɪlɪ] ADV [sing] → animadamente
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lustily

advkräftig; workmit Schwung und Energie; eatherzhaft; singaus voller Kehle; cry, cheeraus vollem Hals(e)
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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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References in classic literature ?
The driver, seeing him thus stop, laid his whip lustily about his shoulders and said, "O you perverse dull-head!
So, all being made ready, the two yeomen set forth on their way, striding lustily along all in the misty morning.
His mouth was open and he snored lustily. George crept past the cot and went out into the silent deserted main street.
The banquet was a very gorgeous one, and the poor youth fell to and ate and drank lustily. When he had eaten and drunk as much as he could he thought to himself, 'Why shouldn't I put a loaf of bread in my pocket?
Oliver cried lustily. If he could have known that he was an orphan, left to the tender mercies of church-wardens and overseers, perhaps he would have cried the louder.
The bluff strident words struck the note sailors understood, and they cheered him lustily. Then a few sharp orders were given, and they turned the ship round, and nosed her for the mainland.
Dismissing his guide at the gate, and in his impatience not even stopping to admire the thriving look of cottage or garden either, Nicholas made his way to the kitchen door, and knocked lustily with his stick.
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.
I'll give it you well for your insolence!' and upon that she fell upon Chanticleer most lustily. But Chanticleer was no coward, and returned the duck's blows with his sharp spurs so fiercely that she soon began to cry out for mercy; which was only granted her upon condition that she would draw the carriage home for them.
Then the crowd cheered lustily and Dorothy hugged the kitten in her arms and told her how delighted she was to know that she was innocent.
They saw approaching down the street a band of musicians, playing as hard and loud as they could, while the people of the Emerald City crowded the sidewalks and cheered so lustily that they almost drowned the noise of the drums and horns.