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  • Bathsheba, when she learnt of this proposal—for Oak was obliged to consult her—at first languidly objected.
  • Troy toiled up the road with a languor and depression greater than any he had experienced for many a day and year before.
  • Gabriel soon perceived a languor in the movements of his mistress up and down, and he said to her, gently as a mother— "I think you had better go indoors now, you are tired.

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

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