Definition of Succulent
Juicy or lush. | Luscious or delectable. | (botany) Having fleshy leaves or other tissues that store water. | A succulent plant.
How to use Succulent in Sentences?
- 1. How they contrast with the thick, succulent stalks and leaves which bear them! 🔊
- 2. The fruit is a succulent seedy berry, in some species of a beautiful red colour. 🔊
- 3. But the little oblong, succulent olive lay beside his plate, so that his fingers played with it. 🔊
- 4. Wyatt took out his handkerchief and wiped his face, over which the succulent vegetable had spread itself. 🔊
- 5. They are so tender and succulent that they would be eaten forthwith, if they showed themselves above the ground. 🔊
- 6. Beyond that the timber became scattering, and they also saw patches of open country with the succulent buffalo grass. 🔊
- 7. We also consigned a pig to the vasty deep and it nobly struggled ashore only to meet the common fate of succulent pork. 🔊
- 8. This vegetable is basically a beet with succulent leaves and thick stalks instead of edible, sweet roots. 🔊
- 9. With him strife is an unknown thing except for the strife of wits with another herder who would attempt to share a succulent mountain meadow. 🔊
- 10. I'm very glad for you that these gentle passions have the succulent scene of Munich to pasture in. 🔊
- 11. It is a luxuriant garden of all manner of succulent and juicy vegetation; an outbursting extravagance of plant life of almost tropical exuberance. 🔊
- 12. Its succulent stems have a spreading habit and bear many satiny flowers of a deep purplish-pink, which open in the bright sunshine. 🔊
- 13. There wanted only the victim on the coals, and the sacred knife, to cut off the succulent parts, and distribute them around. 🔊