In between, luxuriant stretches of time pass in which there is no action at all.
Anderson is covering her breasts, water spritzing at her face, Williams is shot in luxuriant side-profile.
Rather, he seeks recognition for his luxuriant beard and colorful costumes, and perhaps for his romantic success.
1530s, from Middle French luxuriant and directly from Latin luxuriantem (nominative luxurians), present participle of luxuriare "have to excess, grow profusely" (see luxuriate). Related: Luxuriantly.