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lithe
used in Through the Looking-Glass

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Definition
a graceful, flexible body — often implying thinness

or:

graceful, flexible body movement
  • Well, "SLITHY" means "lithe and slimy."
    Chapter 6 — Humpty Dumpty (64% in)
lithe = moving and bending with ease
  • "Lithe" is the same as "active."
    Chapter 6 — Humpty Dumpty (64% in)

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