Definition of lusty in English:

lusty

Pronunciation /ˈləstē/ /ˈləsti/

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adjectivelustier, lustiest

  • Healthy and strong; full of vigor.

    ‘the other farms had lusty young sons to work the land’
    • ‘lusty singing’
    • ‘I think the healthy, lusty movement we all had at Henry Street was because we walked every day.’
    • ‘Dan will wear a Ball gown and sing a lusty version of Marilyn's ‘I Call Your Name’.’
    • ‘Imagine those choruses of lusty male voices singing The Internationale on the soundtrack.’
    • ‘So, all of you, sing a happy, lusty rendition of Happy Birthday for me and then belly up to the bar!’
    • ‘I thought that was the point, all lusty, hearty boys together at sea.’
    • ‘Bob enjoys his current role swinging on the keyboard and singing his lusty songs.’
    • ‘Another chimpanzee to join the ranks of the walking wounded was the lusty young Nile.’
    • ‘Strong, full of life, intelligent and lusty, he overwhelms the screen with his regal presence.’
    • ‘I have no excuse but a lusty eye and a belly full of Dutch courage.’
    • ‘Five cylinders instead of the rivals' six, but this is still a lusty, lively, quiet and quality-exuding car.’
    • ‘Holiday romances will be particularly energetic, but even long-term partners will experience a lusty flush of new love.’
    • ‘His acting skills have never been strong, but Peter has made his name through pure lusty action.’
    • ‘When mission was accomplished, Julian led the rest of the team in a lusty rendition of ‘Tomorrow Belongs To Us’.’
    • ‘She also reaches the centre of a woman who is deeply vulnerable beneath the hardy, lusty 16th Century exterior.’
    • ‘Before the men's singles final began, a lusty chorus of Waltzing Matilda turned Wimbledon Centre Court into an Aussie outpost.’
    • ‘I'd gone to Australia for the final act, thrown myself into the requisite lusty self-destruction, the absence of care.’
    • ‘After each of the acts lusty applause followed from the crowd.’
    • ‘How could the Teddy Bears fail with such lusty backing?’
    • ‘In those days, you got a lusty roar of animal brutality from the crowd.’
    • ‘Despite her ‘studious and reserved’ manner she has quite a lusty voice.’
    healthy, strong, fit, vigorous, robust, hale and hearty, hearty, energetic, vital, lively, bursting with good health, blooming, in good condition, in fine fettle
    loud, vigorous, hearty, strong, powerful, forceful, stentorian
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Origin

Middle English from lust (in the early sense ‘vigor’) + -y.