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Lithely

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • adv Lithely In a lithe, pliant, or flexible manner.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • lithely In a lithe manner; flexibly; pliantly.
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Usage

In literature:

In the vigour and lithe activity of that girl's body was the force of generations of honest workers.
"The Pomp of the Lavilettes, Complete" by Gilbert Parker
Excited as she was, there was a wild sort of beauty in her face, and her figure was lithe and supple.
"The Right of Way, Complete" by Gilbert Parker
His eyes felt as if tears were coming to them with tenderness towards the minute lithe bodies of the frogs.
"Three Soldiers" by John Dos Passos
He put down his glass and got up, with a lithe and swift movement that seemed somehow menacing.
"December Love" by Robert Hichens
Although the three girls ran well they were no match for the lithe, slender young woman who ran like a hunted deer.
"Grace Harlowe's Second Year at Overton College" by Jessie Graham Flower
He was lithe and hardy as a young hickory, and his abundant hair was of the colour of ripe wheat.
"The Battle Ground" by Ellen Glasgow
Fitz was tall and lithe.
"Tomaso's Fortune and Other Stories" by Henry Seton Merriman
He was of medium height but well formed, lithe, and of graceful and pleasing address.
"The Companions of Jehu" by Alexandre Dumas, père
He was strong of purpose and lithe of frame and it was not long before Mr. Ripley found it out and gave him a place at the front.
"My Friends at Brook Farm" by John Van Der Zee Sears
Matthew Flinders was a short, neatly-built, very lithe and active man.
"The Life of Captain Matthew Flinders" by Ernest Scott
Her figure was lithe, and soft, and slim, and slender.
"The Eustace Diamonds" by Anthony Trollope
She dropped on her knees, and wound her lithe arms round Carmina, and kissed her.
"Heart and Science" by Wilkie Collins
Down this David began to make his way, and Louie jumped, and slid, and swung after him, as lithe and sure-footed as a cat.
"The History of David Grieve" by Mrs. Humphry Ward
In spite of its evil temper Ted admired it for its lithe beauty.
"Ted Strong's Motor Car" by Edward C. Taylor
Brown he grew, lithe and active as the enemy he watched and studied.
"The Grey Cloak" by Harold MacGrath
Her lithe young figure was supple as that of a boy.
"The Sheriff's Son" by William MacLeod Raine
More than that, he gloried in the look of them, in the trained, springy strides, in the lithe, erect forms, in the assurance in every move.
"The Young Pitcher" by Zane Grey
The trained muscles, the lithe young limbs of the new bore him bounding down the slope in half the time it took the elder.
"To The Front" by Charles King
Lithe, brown, sinewy lads they were!
"Little Novels of Italy" by Maurice Henry Hewlett
Hja weron en lith after an kvmen.
"The Oera Linda Book" by Anonymous
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In poetry:

Now lithe and listen, gentles all,
Now lithe ye all and hark
Unto a ballad I shall sing
About Buena Park.
"The Ballad Of The Taylor Pup" by Eugene Field
For a goddess vehement
And slim: one with form as fair.
Yet find none. O,love, you are
Lithe as a Jew peddler
"Divinity" by Irving Layton
"Fairest! choose the fairest members
Of our lithe society;
June's glories and September's
Show our love and piety.
"To Ellen, At The South" by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Lithe and listen, gentle men,
All that now be here,
Of Little John, that was the knight's man,
Good mirth ye shall hear.
"Robin Hood" by Henry Morley
And then God fashioned a fellow shape
As lithe as a willow rod,
And gave it the merry roving eye
And the range of the open road.
"In The Workshop" by Bliss William Carman
Nets caught the pike, pikes tore the net;
Lithe limbs and lean
From drained-out pores dripped thick red sweat
To soothe Faustine.
"Faustine" by Algernon Charles Swinburne

In news:

Moving on to "The Studies," Irwin is joined by the full company -- including three young harlequins who dazzle the eye with their lithe acrobatic leaps and tumbles -- to show us the merry trickster at work.
Bernard Kouchner is smaller than expected, tanned like a 60's rock star settling into lithe middle age.
LITH man found dead in Boone County.
LITH business owner, employee charged in pot bust.
LITH unveils airport wish list.
Lambert 'Turk' Van Lith, 82.
Lambert William "Turk" Van Lith, age 82, of Buffalo, died Thursday, June 14, 2012, at his home.
He was born Oct 21, 1929, in Hamel, to Martin and Gertrude (Croymans) Van Lith .
Meet Lith, a SuicideGirl who loves surprises and can't live without sexy lingerie.
Meet Lith and Star, today's double feature of SuicideGirls.
The 20-year-old Lith says disappointment makes her sad.
It's what the Hokey-Pokey would sound like if William Shakespeare wrote it: O. O proud left foot, that ventures quick within Then soon upon a backward journey lithe.
On Sept 8, a lithe and comely South Korean orphan named Melinda Duckett—21 years old and known to friends as Mindy—went to her grandparents' retirement home and shot herself in the head.
LITH American Legion to host turkey raffle.
Local ladies have been buzzing about a challenging workout that helps achieve the long, lithe look of dancers.
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In science:

Suquet, (2003) H¨olderian invariance principle for triangular arrays of random variables. (Principe d’invariance H¨olderien pour des tableau triangulaires de variables al´eatoires), Lith.
Asymptotics of Bernoulli random walks, bridges, excursions and meanders with a given number of peaks
The mathematical foundation of ergodic theory is to establish a connection between phase average and time average (van Lith 2001).
Maximum entropy generation in open systems: the Fourth Law?
Modern ergodicity is founded on the concept of measure preserving dynamical systems Γd and on the Birkhoff ’s ergodic theorem (van Lith 2001).
Maximum entropy generation in open systems: the Fourth Law?
Consequently, measurements results as the infinite time averages of phase functions because they take a long time compared to the microscopic relaxation time and, for metrically transitive (= ergodic) systems, measurement results are almost always equal to microcanonical averages (van Lith 2001).
Maximum entropy generation in open systems: the Fourth Law?
Lith, J. 2001 Ergodic Theory, Interpretation of Probability and the Foundation of Statistical Mechanics.
Maximum entropy generation in open systems: the Fourth Law?
The mathematical foundation of ergodic theory is to establish a connection between phase average and time average (van Lith 2001).
Irreversibility and maximum generation in $\kappa$-generalized statistical mechanics
Lith 2001). A probability distribution is stationary if it is constant at all fixed points in Γ, and it reflects the fact that the system is in a steady state.
Irreversibility and maximum generation in $\kappa$-generalized statistical mechanics
Modern ergodicity is founded on the concept of measure preserving dynamical systems Γd and on the Birkhoff ’s ergodic theorem (van Lith 2001).
Irreversibility and maximum generation in $\kappa$-generalized statistical mechanics
Consequently, measurements results as the infinite time averages of phase functions because they take a long time compared to the microscopic relaxation time and, for metrically transitive (= ergodic) systems, measurement results are almost always equal to microcanonical averages (van Lith 2001).
Irreversibility and maximum generation in $\kappa$-generalized statistical mechanics
Lith, J. 2001 Ergodic Theory, Interpretation of Probability and the Foundation of Statistical Mechanics.
Irreversibility and maximum generation in $\kappa$-generalized statistical mechanics
Kruopis, Approximation of distributions of sums of lattice random variables I, Lith.
Discrete approximations for sums of m-dependent random variables
Grigelionis, Processes of Meixner Type, Lith.
Option Pricing from Path Integral for Non-Gaussian Fluctuations. Natural Martingale and Application to Truncated L\'evy Distributions
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