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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
See lush
See also: lush, up
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Williams, whose past work has leaned heavily on guitar-forward tunes, employs a far lusher sound on Promised Land, utilizing a full band for much of the album.
That results in a fuller, lusher sound - a sound that probably originated in the big orchestras and choruses of the 19th century Romantic era.
It's a tad lusher, plusher, and more radiant than ever, though, and it will not disappoint many listeners.
By early 2008 owners George and Sara Lusher hope to be celebrating the grand opening of a second location known simply as Emelia's at the Bellafont retail center on Joyce Boulevard.
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Villa fan John Lusher discovered a family friend who was catching the same flight to Dublin had been refunded the cost of her flight ticket.
They determine that the proverbial grass is lusher elsewhere.
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The backgrounds of these quilt-size works are also lusher and more dynamic; and the quality of puckish mischief has here been honed toward the paradoxical, into work that feels private but generous, playful but sincere, anxious but composed.
One front group for the coal industry--the Greening Earth Society--claims the planet is growing lusher and healthier from coal's carbon dioxide emissions.
However, it was unclear whether the advantage came from more care or lusher territories, Clutton-Brock says.