lissome[ lis-uhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF lissome
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LISSOME
Slim and lissome, the dew of childhood was still on her lips, and the mist of it in her eyes.
She stood tall and lissome, the picture of slender, robust health.
She was of medium stature, slender and lissome, looking taller than she really was.
In his barbaric way he was somewhat of a dancer, and his legs were as lissome as his arms.
What rhythms are so lissome and persuasive as those of the first part?
I took his hands, and made them lissome with a soft, light rubbing.
She was dressed in rich brown velveteen, made to fit her lissome figure.
He has twined his arms round her lissome figure, and is gazing anxiously into her eyes.
But, with all her savage, lissome strength she scratched and struck and struggled.
You, like a Hermes so lissome and strong, Fresh from the master Praxiteles' hand?