Lucy Black was lathy of construction, several years past her girlhood, and not an animated girl.
At this time a tall, lathy gentleman came in, wearing a most original cut coatee.
But at length, with a sudden bound upward, the fisher fell with his whole weight upon the back of his lathy antagonist.
He grew thin and lathy; and, though his smile was as ready and as magnetic as ever, he seldom laughed.
The elder daughter was, I will not say a lathy girl, but very slim not only in the waist, but above and below it.
He was a tall, spare man—what is termed long and lathy—but he was evidently a powerful man.
Phineas was tall and lathy, red-haired, with an expression of great acuteness and shrewdness in his face.
lathy George pulled his reeling cayuse together, and pushed on.
Lean and lathy, he is, but not hungry-looking; quick of eye and gesture; quick of step, too.