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use "lithe" in a sentence

A cough wracked Blair, breaking his concentration on Jim's lithe form. when his lungs cleared, he left his hand on his heart, telling it to calm down.

They're lithe and lean and centred and calm.

His shirt was open, revealing a lithe chest.

The tall,
lot of the energy from a desalination plant literally going down the drain.

Achse" literally means "option model with axle(s)" or "moveable/mobile/non-stationary version".

The Indians depended on the buffalo for literally their housing, tools, and clothing as well as food.

Soul and power was stored in a Finnest created by gothos as payment for freezing the Lether continent literally in both ice and time.

The word "Fudan” literally means "continuous heavenly light”, representing independence and industry.

He seems to live in Library Island's underground rooms and literally cooks at its indoor restaurant.

In that year, the Yongle Emperor renamed the city Tianjin, literally means "the Heavenly Ford", to indicate that the Emperor (son of heaven) forded the river at that point.

Following a battle against Boyle involving grenades and Nitro-9, the Doctor rejoins Ace and explains that they aren't literally in Hell, but in some alternative dimension to their own.

For a while, he literally and figuratively watches over the younger, more carefree students at the X-Mansion.

It has indeed become an article of faith (literally in some cases) in Washington that American and Israeli interests are identical, but this was not always so, and 'Jewish interests' are not the main reason for it now." 2401 more results not shown.

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