Definition of litheness in English:

litheness

(also lithesomeness)

Pronunciation /ˈlīT͟Hnəs/ /ˈlaɪðnəs/

See synonyms for litheness

noun

See lithe

‘They would sooner have the bulk than the litheness and agility.’
  • ‘With this revival came a concomitant revival of the corporeal values associated with gymnastics: upper body strength, musculature, elasticity, litheness, flexibility, poise, and equilibrium.’
  • ‘He moves around opponents with a litheness and grace unexpected in most prizefighters, let alone movie stars.’
  • ‘Equally suited for jazz or blues (and probably other styles as well), her voice has fullness without sacrificing litheness.’
  • ‘The special liposome complex improves its litheness and elasticity and visibly softens your skin.’