lissomeness's

lissome

[lis-uhm]
adjective
1.
lithesome or lithe, especially of body; supple; flexible.
2.
agile, nimble, or active.
Also, lissom.


Origin:
1790–1800; variant of lithesome

lissomely, adverb
lissomeness, noun

lithe, lissome.


1. rigid. 2. clumsy.
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lissome
c.1800, variant of lithesome (1768, see lithe).
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