A few definitions but perhaps this one:
British slang term to describe something pleasing or desirable.
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Means you're a drunken sot.
They were probably using the word incorrectly. It means either that you're a drunk or you have full, green plants.
Lush means your a drunk.
adj., lush·er, lush·est.
Having or characterized by luxuriant vegetation.
Abundant; plentiful. See synonyms at profuse.
Extremely productive; thriving.
Luxurious; opulent: the lush décor of a grand hotel.
Extremely pleasing to the senses: a lush scent; lush fruit; the lush sounds of an orchestra.
Voluptuous or sensual.
Overelaborate or extravagant: lush rhetoric.
[Middle English, relaxed, soft, probably alteration of lache, loose, weak, from Old French lasche, soft, succulent, from laschier, to loosen, from Late Latin laxicāre, to become shaky, frequentative of Latin laxāre, to open, relax, from laxus, loose. See lax.]
lushly lush'ly adv.
lushness lush'ness n.
lush2 (lŭsh) Slang.
intr.v., lushed, lush·ing, lush·es.
To drink liquor to excess.
teeming with life... its a good thing!;-)
It means the following about you. Pretty, nice looking, sweet, delicious, sexy or generally great!
good for you!
It's short for luscious.
The same way "delish" is short for delicious and "vish" is short for vicious.
Main Entry: 1lush
Etymology: Middle English lusch soft, tender
1 a : growing vigorously especially with luxuriant foliage <lush grass> b : lavishly productive: as (1) : FERTILE (2) : THRIVING (3) : characterized by abundance : PLENTIFUL (4) : PROSPEROUS, PROFITABLE
2 a : SAVORY, DELICIOUS b : appealing to the senses <the lush sounds of the orchestra> c : OPULENT, SUMPTUOUS <lush accommodations>
synonym see PROFUSE
- lush·ly adverb
- lush·ness noun
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