Origin of lithe
OTHER WORDS FROM lithelithely, adverblitheness, noun
How to use lithe in a sentence
Lithely she got to her feet and reached a dial upon the screen.Hunters Out of Space|Joseph Everidge Kelleam
Had one single proportion been exaggerated or deficient, she could never have carried off her height so lithely and gracefully.Sword and Gown|George A. Lawrence
The weasel, running lithely up the ragged trunk, knew that the chase was at an end.The Backwoodsmen|Charles G. D. Roberts
A billet had rolled in his direction, and swaying lithely from the waist, with his eyes fixed upon the man, he seized it.The Cattle-Baron's Daughter|Harold Bindloss
Lillie yielded so lithely to the sudden jump, that I could not help saying, 'How did you learn to ride so well?'