How To Use Lusciously In A Sentence

  • As the chain roared and surged through the hawse-pipe he noticed a number of native women, lusciously large as only those of Polynesia are, in flowing ahu's, flower-crowned, stream out on the deck of the schooner on the beach. THE DEVILS OF FUATINO
  • Whip the cream in a large chilled bowl until lusciously thick but not stiff.
  • Festivals in his honour are marked by a plethora of flowers, and the lusciously scented frangipani is held sacred to him.
  • The key components in achieving a crusty bread with a lusciously soft crumb are heat and steam.
  • But the crowd-pleaser is lusciously roasted baby loin of pork, accompanied not only by sauerkraut and apple compote but by smoked sausage and two spare ribs.
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  • Over and over again, it is the story I get from nearly every visitor to various islands, most of which are described as lusciously green and serene and not the place to go with plutonic friends. Traveling In My World: Kauai «
  • As the chain roared and surged through the hawse-pipe he noticed a number of native women, lusciously large as only those of Polynesia are, in flowing ahu's, flower-crowned, stream out on the deck of the schooner on the beach. THE DEVILS OF FUATINO
  • The veal was lusciously succulent and deftly soaked up the extraordinary flavors of the mushroom reduction and barely tart cherries.
  • But the crowd-pleaser is lusciously roasted baby loin of pork, accompanied not only by sauerkraut and apple compote but by smoked sausage and two spare ribs.
  • How human, how lusciously _human_!" he exclaimed. The Bent Twig
  • Morgan used gorgeous music, the adagio from Mozart's Concerto in A Major for Clarinet and Orchestra, played lusciously by David Jones and the Kennedy Center Orchestra under conductor Ron J. Matson.
  • A freshly-prepared, dark mint chocolate souffle deflates wonderfully with the first prod from my partner, lusciously paired with bountiful coconut ice cream encased in a fortune cookie.
  • Always lusciously sweet, these wines are made from grapes infected by botrytis, or ‘noble rot,’ which concentrates the sugars and lends aromas of honey and apricots.

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