Translation of lissome in Spanish:

lissome

grácil, adj.

(lissom)

Pronunciation /ˈlɪs(ə)m//ˈlɪsəm/

adjective

literary

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    grácil literary
    • If on a summer's stroll you see a giant creature or a lissome woman hanging from a tree, don't be alarmed.
    • This week's stellar configurations incline you towards a refreshingly flexible frame of mind - a lissome, limbo-dancing attitude to the vicissitudes of daily existence.
    • It was something more appealing than long-legged, lissome damsels setting the catwalk on fire.
    • Tall and lissome damsels strutted onto the catwalk.
    • The horses were idling around - how she loved to watch them their shiny coats, lissome bodies, the graceful tilt to their heads.
    • I longed for its lissome grace to be blown by the wind into my body.
    • Once a rather lissome belle of a teacher invoked in me a vivid fantasy that never leaves me to this day.
    • And they very much like lissome blonde lovelies with a winning smile and statistics that are undeniably vital so long as we aren't talking about her game.
    • A kindly old man takes him in and teaches him how to shoot a gun - a skill that will come in handy - then dies, leaving behind a lissome granddaughter, Alphonsine, with whom Georges has a torrid but meaningless affair.
    • One may have wondered as the lissom ladies gracefully showcased the trendy jewellery.
    • This explains some of the innocent ‘misunderstandings’ that occurred during my recent fact-finding tour of Bangkok; I thought those lissome lads just wanted to be my ‘friends.’
    • Today she is as she was when we first met - shy, lissome, so slender a breeze could sway her, smiling; always smiling.
    • Will King Richard III's evil flourish or will the lissome Prince Pippin claim the crown?
    • Beads of sweat began to appear on Guy's forehead as he became more entangled in the lissome limbs of this human boa constrictor.
    • Staggering out of the gym, I see lissome Linda heading to teach the aerobics class.
    • I felt young and lissome in comparison, but I won't be seeing 39 again.
    • Tall, and lissome with a flawless skin, she first headed for Harvard, then returned to do a stint at a law school in Bombay before joining her sister in Bollywood.
    • She's tall, lissome and very pretty as well as being smart as the proverbial whip.
    • Unfortunately, our world is infested by minds to whom lissome limbs only evoke dreams of amputation.
    • And boy, the clothes did stick to the lissome bodies of the crowd on the ramp.