1 In another instant he stood at the side of the hole and was hauling after him a companion, lithe and small like himself, with a pale face and a shock of very red hair.
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2 In vain I searched among the groups of travellers and leave-takers for the lithe figure of my friend.
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3 Her breath came quick and fast, and every inch of the lithe figure was quivering with strong emotion.
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4 In an instant, without the least sound to warn us of his coming, the garden gate swung open, and a lithe, dark figure, as swift and active as an ape, rushed up the garden path.
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5 He was a fine figure of a man, tall, lithe, and agile, with a springy step and a pleasant, open face.
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6 When the devil drove, Mammy could be as swift as a lithe black sixteen-year-old and her curiosity to get into Rhett's room made her work faster.
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7 When he spoke he paced the stage, lithe and eager, like a panther.
8 Yes, it was for the long palette-knife, with its thin blade of lithe steel.
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9 Dorian watched them as they plunged into the alder-clump, brushing the lithe swinging branches aside.
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10 Rather tall, of a lithe nimble figure, extremely pale, with large faded eyes, and a quantity of streaming hair.
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