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used in The Lords of Discipline

5 uses
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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)
  • She removed her scarf and her long blonde hair fell luxuriantly to her shoulders.
    Chapter 1.13 (98% in)
  • There was a runaway luxuriance to the garden's ruined profusion that made it seem sinister instead of tranquil.
    Chapter 1.13 (1% in)
  • He was heavier than I had remembered him and his hair was full and luxuriantly swept back on his head.
    Chapter 4.35 (10% in)
  • I rolled down my window and felt the cold luxuriant air rush past me in great stinging gallons.
    Chapter 4.37 (85% in)
  • Abigail controlled too tyrannically the luxuriant vegetable flow that grew in such thriftless riot in the warm Carolina days.
    Chapter 4.48 (8% in)

There are no more uses of "luxuriant" in The Lords of Discipline.

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