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listless
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The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde - (13 chapter version)
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  • Yet she was curiously listless.
  • Dorian made no answer, but passed listlessly in front of his picture and turned towards it.
  • So the lad was looking rather sulky, as with listless fingers he turned over the pages of an elaborately-illustrated edition of "Manon Lescaut" that he had found in one of the bookcases.
  • He thanked him, wondered why he refused to accept any money for them, and began to eat them listlessly.
  • The others he opened listlessly.
  • "What is that, Harry?" said Dorian Gray, listlessly.

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