Definition of lusciously in English:

lusciously

adverb

  • See luscious

    • ‘And o'course there's nothing like the thrill of a large bag of lusciously coloured, soft textured yarns.’
    • ‘I did have a problem getting the cheeses really emulsified, and instead of lusciously coating my pasta, they clumped up a bit.’
    • ‘But if you smell fried chicken and doughnuts when you're walking down the street and hungry, you're going to want something lusciously fatty.’
    • ‘Riesling is one of the most malleable and versatile grapes, producing wine that runs the spectrum from bone dry to lusciously sweet.’
    • ‘The roasted red and yellow peppers, zucchini, eggplant and asparagus were just so, and the heady porcini mushroom risotto underlying it all was lusciously creamy.’

Pronunciation

lusciously

/ˈlʌʃəsli/