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luxuriant

/lux·u·ri·ant/ (lug-zhoor´e-ant) growing freely or excessively.
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Within a luxuriantly lyrical dramatic poem (hardly a familiar quality of Attic tragedy), he achieves a cohesive and coherent simulation of a Greek drama.
Unlike Coleridge, whom Keats criticizes for "being incapable of remaining content with half knowledge," the camelion poet, like a gawking badaud, lingers luxuriantly in appearances, savoring the moment prior to the imposition of having to declare the meaning of what he sees.
The comfy beds with their luxuriantly plump duvets are made for sinking into for a good night's sleep after a day exploring the fabulous Pembrokeshire coast.
Hugh makes his animated voice debut as the luxuriantly bearded Pirate Captain, who heads a hapless crew of pirates.
In his first animated role, Grant voices the luxuriantly bearded Pirate Captain, the enthusiastic but less than successful head of a hapless crew of pirates, who has one dream - to beat his bitter rivals to the coveted Pirate Of The Year Award.
One of my most favourite ingredients is now beginning to grow luxuriantly across the region.
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Some isolates did not show ARA activity although these isolates were able to grow and subculture luxuriantly on nitrogen-free media (Ozawa et al.
Enjoying a pre-eminent address in the capital and situated within 213,500 sq m (52 acres) of luxuriantly landscaped gardens, the hotel rightfully positions itself amongst the grand palace hotels in the world.
The property is set among 213,500 sq m (52 acres) of luxuriantly landscaped gardens.
However, the study says that algae (a lower group of plant) is growing luxuriantly in the AMD affected streams and could accumulate various metals like iron, manganese, and lead, helping to remove toxic metals from water.
They grow luxuriantly in most part of the world on different substrates under different climatic conditions; these include within the rootlets of certain trees (as mycorrhiza) and on termitaria [14][15].