The dance floor is now jam-packed—and incredibly hot thanks to all the heat radiating off all the lithe, sweaty bodies.
Betty Ford had the body of a dancer, which she once was, lithe and graceful.
The fact is that Putin has never publically acknowledged his rumored relationship with the lithe, bendable Kabaeva.
Or Sinatra, whose masculine voice emanated from a lithe female body.
Reivich is the lead Emotional Resilience Training teacher, a passionate psychologist, lithe and attractive.
With the lithe, easy motions of the animal after which he was named, the Indian rose.
"Now for Rackle Roy and a basketful of glashins and lithe," said Maurice.
Strangely, his face looked much older than his lithe athletic body.
She struck, hard, with all the strength of her lithe and supple body.
He saw a slender girl in riding-costume, lithe and strong, with the free step of one used to the open.
Old English liðe "soft, mild, gentle, meek," from Proto-Germanic *linthja- (cf. Old Saxon lithi "soft, mild, gentle," Old High German lindi, German lind, Old Norse linr, with characteristic loss of "n" before "th" in English), from PIE root *lent- "flexible" (cf. Latin lentus "flexible, pliant, slow," Sanskrit lithi). In Middle English, used of the weather. Current sense of "easily flexible" is from c.1300. Related: Litheness.
Object-oriented with extensible syntax.
"LITHE: A Language Combining a Flexible Syntax and Classes", D. Sandberg, Conf Rec 9th Ann ACM Sym POPL, ACM 1982, pp.142-145.