Definition of luxuriant:
liberal, degenerate, relaxed, buxom, close-cropped, riotous, weedy, sonsy, turbulent, rampant, superabundant, dissolute, dense, bristly, disruptive, rank, hedonic, replete, verdant, study at profuse, large, deluxe, palatial, fancy, fast, profuse, fruitful, curvy, cornucopian, exuberant, princely, well-endowed, palace, civilized, ornate, abundant, gilded, plushy, luscious, voluptuous, ample, plush, rank, green, grown, silken, productive, bountiful, voluptuary, juicy, body, detailed, sybaritic, excessive, full, prodigal, complete, sumptuous, red-hot, androgynous, adequate, high-spirited, generous, arboreal, debauched, leafy, plentiful, overflowing, abounding, sonsie, balding, bushy, bald, bounteous, copious, hedonistic, full-bosomed, bad hair day, creeping, dense, lush, epicurean, bouffant, elaborate, dissipated, snug, luxurious, overgrown, thick, fecund, florid, salubrious, lavish, opulent, enough, biennial, bosomy, comfy, troubled, degraded, Babylonian, sufficient, succulent, coiffed, prosperous, lucullan, grand, elaborated, fat, libertine, busty, stacked, plenteous, fructuous, rich, warm, bedhead, big, affluent, aromatic, aquatic, prolific, barren, teeming, algal, excess, toothsome, intimate, luxury, folksy, bare, luxe, overweening, profligate, heavy, extravagant, comfortable, curvaceous, tumultuous, ebullient.
- "Northumberland Yesterday and To-day", Jean F. Terry.
- "Stories and Legends of Travel and History, for Children", Grace Greenwood.
- "The Hunters of the Ozark", Edward S. Ellis.