The definition of lush is something that is full or exists in abundance. It also is a woman with a sensuous body.(adjective)
See lush in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME lusch, ? echoic var. of lassch, soft, flaccid < OFr lasche, lax, loose < laschier, to loosen < LL *lascare < *lascus, altered by metathesis < L laxus, lax
Origin: < ? lush, in sense “full of juice”
intransitive verb, transitive verb
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adjective lush·er, lush·est
Origin: Middle English, relaxed, soft
Origin: , probably alteration of lache, loose, weak
Origin: , from Old French lasche, soft, succulent
Origin: , from laschier, to loosen
Origin: , from Late Latin laxicāre, to become shaky
Origin: , frequentative of Latin laxāre, to open, relax
Origin: , from laxus, loose; see lax.
Origin: Origin unknown.
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