circumstances of slowness, inactivity, and apathy.
A state of unconsciousness resembling deep sleep.
Morbid drowsiness; proceeded or profound sleep, from which a person can scarcely be awaked.
circumstances of inaction or indifference.
A state of prolonged inactivity or torpor; inertness of human anatomy or head; sluggishness; dullness; stupor.
particularly, in pathology, a problem of consciousness, which comes with prolonged and powerful sleep, that the individual is momentarily aroused, but into which he quickly sinks once more.
The hibernation or wintertime rest of an animal, or other state of total repose, as a period of summer time lethargy seen in many insect-larvæ, the repose of numerous exotic creatures during the dry season, etc.
Same as litharge.
circumstances of comatose torpor (as within sleeping illness)