florid 华丽的，炫耀的，红润的 “富丽堂皇的佛罗里达”
来自词根flor, 花，词源同flower. 即像花一样的，形容脸色红润的。
- florid: see flower
- florid (adj.)
- 1640s, "strikingly beautiful," from French floride "flourishing," from Latin floridus "flowery, in bloom," from flos "flower" (see flora). Sense of "ruddy" is first recorded 1640s. Meaning "highly decorated, profusely adorned (as with flowers)" is from 1650s. Related: Floridly.
- 1. The bartender had a florid face and a receding hairline.
- 2. Jacobs was a stout, florid man.
- 3. His usually florid complexion seemed drained of colour.
- 4. Years of heavy drinking had given Alison a florid complexion.
- 5. Tears were flowing over his florid face.
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