lithesome lithesome


  • (adj) moving and bending with ease


  1. Fleet Street's old-fashioned rotary presses rolled off reams of front pages about the lithesome lass who seemed to have captured the Prince's heart.
  2. The finest sight on Broadway this season is the lithesome legs of Noelle Adam, who dances in and out of Richard Rodgers' in-Paris-and-in-love musical, No Strings, in the role of a.
  3. As the husband of Pauline, the lithesome daughter of a former member of Prime Minister Mackenzie King's Cabinet, Shapiro gets to see frauds and lechers in both ethnic camps.
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