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Lusty, 1) full of animal life and spirits, lively and active: “under one arm the l. courser's rein,” Ven. 31. “a breeding jennet, l., young and proud,” Ven. 31 “the treasure of thy l. days,” Sonn. 2, 6 (thy youth). “l. Jove,” Ado V, 4, 46. “though I look old, yet I am strong and and l.” As II, 3, 47. “my age is as a l. winter,” As II, 3, 47 “your dolphin is not --er,” All's II, 3, 31. “a goodly babe, l. and like to live,” Wint. II, 2, 27. “we will bear home that l. blood again,” John II, 255. John II, 255 “if l. love should go in quest of beauty,” John II, 255 “l., young and cheerly drawing breath,” R2 I, 3, 66. “such comfort as do l. young men feel when well-apparelled April . . . .,” Rom. I, 2, 26. “I'll take him down, an a were --er than he is,” II, 4, 159. “who, in the l. stealth of nature, take more composition,” Lr. I, 2, 11.
Coming near the sense of gallant: “our l. English, all with purpled hands,” John II, 322. “what l. trumpet thus doth summon us?” V, 2, 117. “in the l. haviour of his son,” R2 I, 3, 77. “he would unhorse the --est challenger,” V, 3, 19. “with --er maintenance,” H4A V, 4, 22. “of l. earls, Grandpré and Roussi,” H5 IV, 8, 103. “who comes here, led by a l. Goth?” Tit. V, 1, 19. “many l. Romans came smiling,” Caes. II, 2, 78. “the l. Moor hath leaped into my seat,” Oth. II, 1, 304 (Qq lustful).
Almost == merry: “killed l. Pudding,” Meas. IV, 3, 17. “the l. horn,” As IV, 2, 18. “it is a l. wench,” Shr. II, 161. “he'll have a l. widow now,” IV, 2, 50. “when this same l. gentleman was got,” John I, 108. “you were called l. Shallow,” H4B III, 2, 17. “l. lads roam here and there,” V, 3, 21. “the l. George,” H6C I, 4, 74. “on, l. gentlemen,” Rom. I, 4, 113.
And == stout, vigorous: “oared himself in l. stroke to the shore,” Tp. II, 1, 119. “is't a l. yeoman? will a stand to it?” H4B II, 1, 4. “thou hast l. arms,” Troil. IV, 5, 136. “we did buffet it with l. sinews,” Caes. I, 2, 108.
2) full of sap, fresh, luxuriant: “sap checked with frost, and l. leaves quite gone,” Sonn. 5, 7. “how lush and l. the grass looks,” Tp. II, 1, 52. “a little riper and more l. red than that mixed in his cheek,” As III, 5, 121.
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