languid definition

  • adjective:
    • poor power or vitality; weak: a languid revolution regarding the hand.
    • Showing minimum spirit or cartoon; listless: a languid mood.
    • Lacking vitality or power; sluggish: languid breezes.
    • Lacking passion, energy, or strength; drooping or flagging from weakness, exhaustion, or insufficient energy; indisposed to exertion; slow; calm: as, languid movements; languid breathing.
    • Heavy; dull; dragging; wanting character or animation; listless; apathetic.
    • Drooping or flagging from fatigue; indisposed to exertion; without cartoon; weak; weary; hefty; lifeless.
    • sluggish happening; tardy.
    • Promoting or suggesting weakness or heaviness.
    • lacking nature or liveliness
  • others:
    • Drooping or flagging from weakness, fatigue, or decreased energy; indisposed to exertion; slow; relaxed: as, languid motions; languid respiration.
    • therefore, overall
    • Heavy; lifeless; dragging; wanting character or cartoon; listless; apathetic.
    • Synonyms Faint, weary, fatigued.
    • Supine, spiritless, torpid, sluggish.
  • noun:
    • identical to languet .
    • In organ-building, identical to language.

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