Webster 1913 Edition
Sweet; delicious; very grateful to the taste; toothsome; excessively sweet or rich.
And raisins keep their
luscious, native taste.
He had a tedious,–
lusciousway of talking.
Webster 1828 Edition
1.Sweet or rich so as to cloy or nauseate; sweet to excess; as luscious food.
2.Very sweet; delicious; grateful to the taste.
And raisins keep their luscious native taste.
He will bait him in with the luscious proposal of some gainful purchase.
4.Fullsome; as luscious flattery.
5.Smutty; obscene. [Unusual.]