[luhst-fuh l] /ˈlʌst fəl/
full of or motivated by , greed, or the like:
He was an emperor lustful of power.
having strong sexual desires; lecherous; libidinous.
driven by lust
(archaic) vigorous or lusty
Old English lustfull “wishful, desirous, having an eager desire;” see lust (n.) + -ful. Specifically of sexual desire from 1570s. Related: Lustfully; lustfulness. Middle English also had lustsome, which was used in a sense of “voluptuous, lustful” from c.1400. Old English had lustbære “desirable, pleasant, cheerful, joyous.”
[luhs-tee-hoo d] /ˈlʌs tiˌhʊd/ noun 1. lustiness; vigor.
[luhs-tee] /ˈlʌs ti/ adjective, lustier, lustiest. 1. full of or characterized by healthy vigor. 2. hearty, as a meal. 3. spirited; enthusiastic. 4. lustful; lecherous. /ˈlʌstɪ/ adjective lustier, lustiest 1. having or characterized by robust health 2. strong or invigorating: a lusty brew 3. lustful adv. early 13c., lustliche, “willingly, eagerly, readily;” see lusty + […]
[luhst] /lʌst/ noun 1. intense sexual desire or appetite. 2. uncontrolled or illicit sexual desire or appetite; lecherousness. 3. a passionate or overmastering desire or craving (usually followed by for): a lust for power. 4. ardent enthusiasm; zest; relish: an enviable lust for life. 5. Obsolete. verb (used without object) 6. to have intense sexual […]
[luhs-truh m] /ˈlʌs trəm/ noun, plural lustrums, lustra [luhs-truh] /ˈlʌs trə/ (Show IPA) 1. Also, luster; especially British, lustre. a period of five years. 2. Roman History. a lustration or ceremonial purification of the people, performed every five years, after the taking of the census. /ˈlʌstrəm/ noun (pl) -trums, -tra (-trə) 1. a period of […]