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The Count of Monte Cristo
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lethargic
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • A cry more prolonged than the others and ending in a series of groans effectually roused me from my drowsy lethargy.
  • The latter did not appear to arouse from his lethargy; in fact, he did not notice the offered hand.
  • She would, indeed, have found it impossible to repeat what had been said the last few minutes, when suddenly Madame Danglars’ hand, pressed on her arm, aroused her from her lethargy.
  • While announcing his departure, the count fixed his eyes on Morrel, and remarked that the words, "I shall have left this country," had failed to rouse him from his lethargy.

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  • Large lunches make me feel lethargic in the afternoon.
  • I’m hoping a cold iced tea will help me get past this lethargic feeling.

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