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lethargic
used in The Great Gatsby

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Definition
lacking energy
  • A massive and lethargic woman, who had been urging Daisy to play golf with her at the local club tomorrow, spoke in Miss Baedeker's defence:
    p. 106.3
lethargic = lacking energy
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