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luxuriant
used in Jane Eyre

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Definition
characterized by growing well or being richly thick or abundant — as of vegetation or hair

or (more rarely):

characterized by luxury (very comfortable or extravagant)
  • In each of the sisters there was one trait of the mother — and only one; the thin and pallid elder daughter had her parent's Cairngorm eye: the blooming and luxuriant younger girl had her contour of jaw and chin — perhaps a little softened, but still imparting an indescribable hardness to the countenance otherwise so voluptuous and buxom.
    Chapter 21 (39% in)
luxuriant = growing well
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