English version

lusty

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlustylust‧y /ˈlʌsti/ adjective πŸ”Š πŸ”Š STRONG PERSONstrong and healthy syn powerful πŸ”Š the lusty cry of a new-born baby πŸ”Š her strong, lusty young husband β€”lustily adverb πŸ”Š Her mother was singing lustily.
Examples from the Corpus
lustyβ€’ Mr Gorham is... rather lusty, and has an agreeable and pleasing manner.β€’ She was a pretty fiery, and shall we say, a somewhat lusty character.β€’ The baby gave a lusty cry.β€’ Save all that fine, lusty hatred for me.β€’ By 1969 the parish was renowned for its vibrant liturgies, lusty singing and excellent preaching.β€’ These are marked by lusty singing and strong rhythms and reflect very much the extrovert nature of the worshippers.β€’ A young swain more virile and lusty than he?β€’ Wexford was reminded of a butterfly, fresh and lusty, that has escaped from a dried chrysalis.β€’ lusty young men
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