Lustihood
Lustihood \Lus"ti*hood\, n. [Lusty + -hood.] State of being lusty; vigor of body. `` Full of lustihood.'' --Tennyson. [1913 Webster]

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  • lustihood — noun Date: 1599 1. vigor of body or spirit ; robustness 2. sexual inclination or capacity …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • lustihood — /lus tee hood /, n. lustiness; vigor. [1590 1600; LUSTY + HOOD] * * * …   Universalium

  • lustihood — noun a) The state of being lusty. b) A vigor of body …   Wiktionary

  • lustihood — lust·i·hood …   English syllables

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