English words and Examples of Usage

use "lust" in a sentence

She was, for instance, capable of sensing Connor 's lust for her and Wesley's frustration with Angel as well as his grief over Fred's death.

engaged to be married to her, he keeps pushing back the wedding until his finances are as healthy as he would like; something that, given his
band's trademark 'spike' model, The Electronic Brain), Cascade was a bold step into a lush, ambient world.

The newcomers moved gradually northwards into the lush midlands province of Meath, and captured Danish City of Dyflin.

The artist tried to draw the series with "a particular weight of line, using a hard, stiff pen that didn't have much modulation in terms of thick and thin" which he hoped "would differentiate it from the usual lush, fluid kind of comic book line".

The east from East London towards the Kwa-Zulu Natal border is lush grassland with intermittent forest.

It is covered with lush tropical palm trees and jungle.

Classrooms are surrounded by lush, verdant greens and trees, fields of blooming flowers and plants that add color and vibrancy to an already scenic campus.

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The gathering of pine needles was only allowed in july, when the forests were lush and green.

Ideal middle-eastern towns border with sand dunes and lush palaces in an escapist representation of the Orient.

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