مترف, متسم بالترف, وافر النماء
Adjective(1) marked by complexity and richness of detail(2) displaying luxury and furnishing gratification to the senses(3) produced or growing in extreme abundance
(1) Dotted with green islets and set in a spectacular lunar landscape, Lake Myvatn is notable for its luxuriant vegetation and for providing a home for 45 nesting bird species.(2) Many women enjoy more luxuriant hair later in pregnancy.(3) The gift of the kings from the coastal regions was thousands of exquisite young girls from the Karpasika country, all slender-waisted, of luxuriant hair, decked in gold.(4) And luxuriant foliage is no longer just apple green but ranges from purplish blue to green splashed with white.(5) According to the story, the male spectator in this illustration should be the third Jew's son, but with his full beard and luxuriant head of hair he looks far more like a Jewish patriarch than a rebel.(6) Air-vehicles were fluently moving above ziggurats submerged in the luxuriant greenery.(7) Suddenly Mrs Brown catches sight of Florence's head of luxuriant hair under her bonnet and is gripped by the lust to clip the tresses off and sell them.(8) Roxanne sighed as she twisted her luxuriant dark brown hair into a knot at the back of her head.(9) Such little strips of open land would seem very mean in other latitudes, but at the equator, where there is vertical sun and luxuriant vegetation, they can work and be pleasant to look into, if not be in.(10) Christmas trees are essentially a foliage crop, and luxuriant foliage with good color is a definite asset when trees are sold.(11) They emerge from the luxuriant foliage like lost Mayan temples.(12) The Donald himself sports a luxuriant mane of reddish hair that seems to spring not just out of his pate but also out of his brow, where it almost merges with his wildly profuse eyebrows.(13) We have absolutely no fresh food in the house├ö├ç┬¬ except if you count the luxuriant growth of mould on an avocado I left in the fruitbowl.(14) Britain needs more men with luxuriant heads of hair.(15) Its still surface is pictured with dainty reflections of boats and grassy banks and luxuriant foliage.(16) As Betty tenderly uncovers the wound beneath Rita's luxuriant hair, we know she's already in too deep for her own good.
(1) luxuriant growth :: نمو مترف
1. lush ::
2. elaborate ::
3. epicurean ::
1. barren ::
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