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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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One could not help but feel that the curators, who worked closely with the artist in organizing the show, had accepted Hofer's own reading of her work a bit too credulously: Beautiful to a fault, the exhibition situated Hofer as above all an accomplished maker of lushly scaled, smart, crystalline interior views, as if Andreas Gursky had ditched the digital effects and taken a summer job with Architectural Digest.
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