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languid
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  • I must have asked Miss Fairfax, and her languid dancing would not have agreed with me, after yours.
  • There was a languor, a want of spirits, a want of union, which could not be got over.
  • She had been particularly unwell, however, suffering from headache to a degree, which made her aunt declare, that had the ball taken place, she did not think Jane could have attended it; and it was charity to impute some of her unbecoming indifference to the languor of ill-health.

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  • No urging could increase his languid pace.
  • a languid wave of the hand

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