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lush

1. n. liquor. Who’s bringing the lush to the party?
2. and lush up in. to drink alcohol to excess. We sat lushing up for an hour waiting for the plane. I just want to get my feet up and lush for a while.
3. n. a drunkard. There were four confirmed lushes at the party, but they all passed out and didn’t bother us much.

lush up

verb
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See also: lush, up
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He finds refuge and solace in the woods surrounding the ramshackle house his family has been squatting in, and some of the lushest description in Brown's otherwise spare prose occurs as Gary roams in nature:
The surrounding parcels, most of which are privately owned, have been heavily logged, and in a reversal of fortune, Silver Falls is now the lushest, greenest plot in the area.
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LYRICALLY we're on familiar territory with philosophical mantras, while musically the string sections make this the lushest of all his solo albums.
Lyrically, we're on familiar territory with philosophical mantras, while musically the string sections make this the lushest of all his solo albums.
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Narrow, often hilly fairways, small, well-bunkered greens, it has a creek meandering through the seven lushest holes
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full flowering, of life at its lushest, and there's an irony in
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By feasting on plant sap, they can turn even the lushest of green leaves into a white and yellow speckled mess.
And we might especially work to understand how heavy a political weight even the lushest, lightest Victorian lyrics carry, for their contemporary readers and perhaps even more for ourselves.
Shimmering silks, the lushest of cut velvets and outrageous organzas detailed with embroidery and jewelled trimmings, which could have come courtesy of Tiffany's.
Up and down the east coast are strips of gorgeous homes and the lushest greenery, though inland I found a flat and all-but-endless grid of malls and highways.