highly pleasing to the taste or smell: luscious peaches.
richly satisfying to the senses or the mind: the luscious style of his poetry.
richly adorned; luxurious: luscious furnishings.
arousing physical, or sexual, desire; voluptuous: a luscious figure.
sweet to excess; cloying.
Origin: 1375–1425; late Middle English lucius, Related forms
unexplained variant of licius,
aphetic variant of delicious
delectable, palatable. See delicious
1. disgusting, unpalatable.