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Definition of "luxuriancy" [lux•u•ri•an•cy]

  • Obsolete form of luxuriance. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "luxuriancy" in a sentence
  • "Husband; but that the author, being carried away by the luxuriancy of a genius, which he had not the heart to prune, on a general survey of the whole, distrusting the propriety of that title, added the under one: with an OR, The Accomplished"
  • "A knot of artificial flowers restrained the luxuriancy of her fine black hair, that flowed in shining ringlets adown her snowy neck."
  • "Olivia, now about eighteen, had that luxuriancy of beauty with which painters generally draw Hebe; open, sprightly, and commanding."