lithe[ lahyth ]SEE DEFINITION OF lithe
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LITHE
He got to his feet with lithe swiftness of movement, and sprang close to the desk.
She was a lithe, strong woman, taller than he, or else she would have fallen.
She struck him, kicked and twisted with all her splendid, lithe strength, but it was in vain.
She was in riding costume and was bending a lithe whip in her gloved hands.
There was a lithe alertness in the woman that puzzled Lenyard.
His tall, lithe, compelling figure was drawn to its full height.
Lithe, full-bosomed, and ruddy, she radiated a powerful and subtle charm.
He was broad of shoulder with erect, military figure; while they were lithe and sinewy.
Then he noticed that she was tall and lithe, and that she had fine brown eyes and hair.
He was lithe, of indeterminate age, but with a look of great determination.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR LITHE
- light as a feather