What does this phrase mean to you: "succulent air"?
- bluebellbkkLv 74 weeks ago
I imagine the writer thought 'succulent' was a synonym for 'moist' or 'humid'.
Hint: It isn't.
- KrishnamurthyLv 74 weeks ago
Because plants like succulents release water vapor through the pores in their leaves during photosynthesis, they can humidify the air around them. As you can see, succulents do so much more than beautify your home. They help remove toxins from the air that can make you sick, increase the amount of oxygen in your home, and humidify the air.
- JoeLv 54 weeks ago
It means someone doesn't know what succulent means....
- MikeLv 74 weeks ago
Men call her the lass with the succulent air. It's from an old English poem.
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- busterwasmycatLv 74 weeks ago
tasty, yummy air, not foul.
- jehenLv 74 weeks ago
Humid. But depending on the context, it might mean richly fragrant
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
Humid and fragrant. Maybe like the invigorating air after a rain, smelling of earth and ozone.
- 4 weeks ago
air that is succulent
- Donnie PorkoLv 74 weeks ago
Are you sure you didn’t hear it wrong. Could it have been suck all the air.
- David B.Lv 74 weeks ago
Basically, nonsense. The definition of succulent is tender or juicy, very tasty. Air possesses none of those qualities.