Lithe – Word Of The Day For IELTS Speaking And Writing
Lithe: (Adjective) /laɪð/
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having a body that moves easily and gracefully
Graceful, Elegant, Effortless
For IELTS Speaking:.
“I felt awkward among the lithe young sun-tanned girls on the beach.”
“The strong lithe bodies of gymnast is a dream of everyone.”
For IELTS Writing:
“With such thoughts in my head and lithe grace in my movements, I loped up the grassy knoll to the court.”
Match the word below to complete these sentences.
palatial, salvation, lithe, locus, rainfall, testing
- Electronic networks are replacing office buildings as the …………. of business transactions.
- She lives in a ………………….. New York apartment.
- Below-normal ………………. has led to a major water shortage.
- The beasts of the field, pedigree or otherwise, were included by the Bible in the plan of ……………..
- However, local ………………. programmes can give information on individual schools.
- He dashed across the puddles in the courtyard, ……….. and athletic
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