lusty

Part of speech: noun

Lustiness.

Part of speech: adjective

Full of vigor and health; robust.

Part of speech: adverb

Lustlly.

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Usage examples "lusty":

  1. There is hero blood in your body, I know, and it may be that your lameness will aid you in accomplishing tasks that a lusty lad could never attempt." - "Then Marched the Brave", Harriet T. Comstock.
  2. Where a little clump of mere youngsters, lusty fellows not a score of years old, had the air of pressing close together as though thus with their combined strength they sought to match the strength of their aloof parents, a compact grove to make a further shelter against the mountain air, Gloria would sleep. - "The Everlasting Whisper", Jackson Gregory.
  3. When you are settled, I will come and take a peep at your church, your house; try whether I shall have grown too lusty for my chair by the fireside, and take a peep at my earliest bower. - "Letters of John Keats to His Family and Friends", John Keats.