Definición de lissom en inglés:

lissom

Saltos de línea: lis¦som
Pronunciación: /ˈlɪs(ə)m
 
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(also lissome)

adjetivo

(Of a person or their body) thin, supple, and graceful: the kind of outfit that should be left to lissom teenagers
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The horses were idling around - how she loved to watch them their shiny coats, lissome bodies, the graceful tilt to their heads.
  • And boy, the clothes did stick to the lissome bodies of the crowd on the ramp.
  • One may have wondered as the lissom ladies gracefully showcased the trendy jewellery.
Sinónimos
supple, lithe, limber, graceful, elegant, spry, flexible, loose-limbed, agile, nimble, deft, dexterous, fit; slim, slender, thin, willowy, sylphlike, sleek, trim

Origen

late 18th century: contraction, from lithe + -some1.

Derivativos

lissomness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • His feline lissomeness, soft landings and use of plié were at times astonishing.
  • It was personality made specific in sound, and the music had a lissomeness and fluidity that jazz has mostly lost.
  • The lissomeness with which he moved hither and thither was most impressive, as was his homicidal ardor when doing what I believe is called tackling.

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