adjective, lath·i·er, lath·i·est.
Origin of lathy
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Historical Examples of lathy
Lean and lathy, he is, but not hungry-looking; quick of eye and gesture; quick of step, too.The Book of Khalid
Lathy George pulled his reeling cayuse together, and pushed on.Bulldog Carney
W. A. Fraser
But at length, with a sudden bound upward, the fisher fell with his whole weight upon the back of his lathy antagonist.
Phineas was tall and lathy, red-haired, with an expression of great acuteness and shrewdness in his face.Uncle Tom's Cabin
Harriet Beecher Stowe
At this time a tall, lathy gentleman came in, wearing a most original cut coatee.Tom Cringle's Log