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languid
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The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde - (13 chapter version)
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  • "It is your best work, Basil, the best thing you have ever done," said Lord Henry, languidly.
  • The wind shook some blossoms from the trees, and the heavy lilac blooms, with their clustering stars, moved to and fro in the languid air.
  • The two men sauntered languidly to the table, and examined what was under the covers.
  • There was something in his low, languid voice that was absolutely fascinating.
  • He opened the St. James’s languidly, and looked through it.
  • But won’t you miss your train?" said Dorian Gray, languidly, as he passed up the steps and opened the door with his latch-key.

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