pottery or porcelain ware with lustre decoration
[luhs-ter] /ˈlʌs tər/ noun, verb (used with or without object), lustred, lustring. Chiefly British. 1. 1 . [luhs-ter] /ˈlʌs tər/ noun 1. the state or quality of shining by reflecting light; glitter, sparkle, sheen, or gloss: the luster of satin. 2. a substance, as a coating or polish, used to impart sheen or gloss. 3. […]
[luhs-truh s] /ˈlʌs trəs/ adjective 1. having ; shining; luminous: lustrous eyes. 2. brilliant; splendid; resplendent; illustrious: a lustrous career. c.1600, from luster + -ous. Related: Lustrously; lustrousness.
[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 […]
[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 adj. early 13c., “joyful, merry,” from lust + -y (2). […]