Etymology
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lustily (adv.)

early 13c., lustliche, "willingly, eagerly, readily;" see lusty + -ly (2). Meaning "with pleasure, voluptuously" is c. 1300; meaning "vigorously, energetically" is c. 1400. Sometimes 15c.-16c. with a sense "lustfully, carnally," but this now goes with lustfully.

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Definitions of lustily

lustily (adv.)
in a healthy manner;
the young plants grew lustily
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