English version

lithe

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlithelithe /laɪð/ adjective  GRACEFULhaving a body that moves easily and gracefully the strong lithe bodies of gymnastslithely adverb
Examples from the Corpus
litheHis body was agonizingly slender and lithe.He dashed across the puddles in the courtyard, lithe and athletic.The lithe and lean Banks was not alone.Second, I use the word because it is lithe and playful, high-spirited and coltish.Feel beautiful, lithe and positive as you do them.the dancer's lithe bodyWith such thoughts in my head and lithe grace in my movements, I loped up the grassy knoll to the court.A florid, solid woman, Zaiga bore little resemblance to the lithe, romantic girl her parents had lost.I felt awkward among the lithe young sun-tanned girls on the beach.
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