from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. comparative form of lithe: more lithe
- adj. Bad; wicked; false; worthless; slothful; lazy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Bad; wicked; false; worthless; slothful.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Bad; wicked; corrupt; lazy.
- Soft; supple; limber; pliant.
Behind this stolid figure, a lither Vishnu flies through the air astride his snake-eating mount, Garuda, one arm wielding a sword, the other poised to throw a lethal discus.
Purrful, all the girls in their lither games and the girl herself.
Windows is bloated and moribund compared to these lither mobile OSes pushing up into the PC market.
“It is thine own laziness, thou false English blood, that dost nothing but drink and sleep,” retorted the page, “and leaves that lither lad to do the work, which he minds as little as thou.”
January 25th, 2007 at 10:53 am adolfo lither says:
He was the head of the army's Objective Force Task Force, the group charged with developing a lighter, lither army, built around "Future Combat Systems" of high-tech armored vehicles, drones, and sensors.
Of course there aren't enough elevators for everyone to be moving around at once, so the younger, lither members of staff resorted to the fire stairs.
He must have those hushed, still, quiet, lying at a stay, lither, and full of ease, whom he is able, though his mother help him, to touch, much less to pierce with all his arrows.
With one swift stroke from the lighter and lither of them, the bag was on its side, spilling its contents of tortoise-shell hair brushes and the silver box, Bruce standing above it, tightening of jaw and knuckles.
Before the active onslaught of lighter, lither, more intelligent foes, the clumsy, inelastic types succumbed, those only surviving which, through the fortunate possession of more varied reactions, were able to evolve modes of defense equal to the modes of attack possessed by their enemies.