They were sleek, lissom, and beautiful, and it was a pleasure to watch them.
It's so far to walk, sir, and my legs bean't as lissom as they used to be.
In his fifteenth summer he was a man, tall, broad, straight and lissom as a locust tree.
The mark seemed instinct with something of her lissom figure.
What would make Robertlet and Ditti lissom, quick, interested, and gay?
It certainly does not suggest the lightness and lissom grace of the earlier designs.
In play-time they desired no better companion, for she was a child herself in gaiety of heart and lissom sportiveness.
She stood before him like a queen in her lissom, brave, defiant youth.
The lissom birch thrives ungarnered in the thicket, where grace and gentleness supply the whilom vigor of its sway.
She was of good height and lissom, with small feet and hands, but the outlines of her figure were Southern in grace and fulness.