English version

lithe

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