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1. Characterized by rich or profuse growth: a luxuriant garden; luxuriant hair. See Synonyms at profuse.
a. Rich and elaborate, as in decoration.
b. Extremely productive: a luxuriant imagination.
3. Marked by or displaying luxury; luxurious: a luxuriant hotel.
[Latin luxuriāns, luxuriant-, present participle of luxuriāre, to be luxuriant; see luxuriate.]
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|Adv.||1.||luxuriantly - in an abundant and luxuriant manner; "whiskers grew luxuriantly from his ample jowls"|
|2.||luxuriantly - in an elegantly luxuriant way; "this suave, culture-loving and luxuriantly good-looking M.P.represents the car-workers of Coventry"|
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