adjective, lith·er, lith·est.
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Origin of lithe
OTHER WORDS FROM lithelithely, adverblitheness, noun
Example sentences from the Web for lithe
Laura, arms folded, rose and lithely crossed the room several times, knitting her brow.The Eddy|Clarence L. Cullen
She tripped up the steps as lightly as a leaf blown by the wind, her trim figure swaying as lithely as a willow-shoot.Love in a Cloud|Arlo Bates
“All right; never mind,” he said, dismissing Aristocrates, who receded as lithely as though leading a cake-walk.The Moonlit Way|Robert W. Chambers
Its rich brown fur and orange throat make it one of the most lithely beautiful of British animals.Poachers and Poaching|John Watson
She slipped from his grasp as lithely as the serpentine pearls had run through his fingers.Mountain Blood|Joseph Hergesheimer