adjective, lith·er, lith·est.
Origin of lithe
Related formslithe·ly, adverblithe·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for lither
Next beyond this manor of Ely house is Lither lane, turning into the field.
Then higher is Lither lane, turning also to the field, lately replenished with houses built, and so to the bar.
She was like a tigress in a wicker cage, growing hungrier, lither, more gracefully fierce.We Can't Have Everything|Rupert Hughes
One of the men was Pagratide, transformed by anger; seemingly taller, darker, lither.The Lighted Match|Charles Neville Buck
The north dialect also contains the word "lither" meaning sluggish.The Danes in Lancashire and Yorkshire|S. W. Partington