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used in In Cold Blood

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lacking energy or relaxed or moving slowly
  • She is a tall, languid young lady with a pallid, oval face and beautiful pale-blue-gray eyes; her hands are extraordinary-long-fingered, flexible, nervously elegant.
    1 — Last To See Them Alive (79% in)
  • Except for this moment, Smith, and Hickock too, affected a courtroom attitude that was simultaneously uninterested and disinterested; they chewed gum and tapped their feet with languid impatience as the state summoned its first witness.
    4 — The Corner (32% in)

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