a. full of juicy; full of richness; highly interesting or enjoyable; delectable
n. plants which have soft and juicy leaves or stems, such as a cactus
Beyond, the blue smoke of the sugar house curled into the bluer skies, and the odor of the kettles reached in succulent deliciousness far and wide.
The species scientists know as Yucca brevifolia isn't actually a tree; it's a succulent.
Label him what you will, Mr Bush harkens back to the kind of Republican who used to firmly control Texas. He's pro-business and pro-immigration, with less interest in divisive social issues.
Sentence in Classic:
It was a daylight bird, chuckling over the substance and succulence of the day, over worms, snails, grit, even in sleep.
Between the Acts (1941) By Virginia Woolf Context