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succulent
used in The Great Gatsby

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Definition
a plant adapted to arid conditions and characterized by fleshy water-storing tissues that act as water reservoirs

or:

full of juice

or:

highly enjoyable
  • A succulent hash arrived, and Mr. Wolfshiem, forgetting the more sentimental atmosphere of the old Metropole, began to eat with ferocious delicacy.
    p. 71.2
succulent = highly tasty or enjoyable
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