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Definition of Luxuriancy

Luxuriancy
Luxuriancy Lux*u"ri*an*cy, n. The state or quality of being luxuriant; luxuriance. Flowers grow up in the garden in the greatest luxuriancy and profusion. --Spectator.

Meaning of Luxuriancy from wikipedia

- do****ented collections of the species. Common names for the mushroom include luxuriant ringstalk and lacerated stropharia. It is inedible and may be poisonous...
- Rayhan, is a male and female name of Arabic origin. It means "watered", "luxuriant", "plentiful" or "heaven's flower" in Arabic. In Islamic tradition, it...
- "first make people laugh, and then make them think". AIR also runs the Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists. AIR is not the first science parody...
- abbreviated to MRS, is a selective culture medium designed to favour the luxuriant growth of Lactobacilli for lab study. Developed in 1960, this medium was...
- portra****. The Victorian sense of poetry as the work of indulgence and luxuriant fancy offered a schema into which Keats was posthumously ****ed. Marked...
- or neem, which is widely used in rural Indian herbal medicine and the luxuriant Ficus religiosa, or peepul, consider the tree to be sacred by Hindu and...
- fragility, receptiveness to beauty, weak-willedness and listlessness, luxuriant imagination, dereism and usually an inflated self-concept. (From: Gannushkin...
- or neem, which is widely used in rural Indian herbal medicine, and the luxuriant Ficus religiosa, or peepul, which is displa**** on the ancient seals of...
- monsoon rainfall in Dhofar and the mountains makes the growth there more luxuriant during summer; coconut palms grow plentifully on the coastal plains of...
- can have orographically induced precipitation, allowing rich woods and luxuriant vegetation to grow where the humid air condenses soaking the plants, rocks...