lushy (comparative lushier, superlative lushiest)

  1. Given to drinking alcohol.
  2. Drunk; tipsy.
  3. Lush; growing abundantly.
    • 1866, The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Review
      A foreground of lushy meadow-grass, intersected by a streamlet, the light of an afternoon-sun glistening amid the foliage, which occupies two-thirds of the background; […]

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