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lethargic
used in The Guardian

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Definition
lacking energy
  • He helped her up from the bed, ignoring the lethargy of her movements, and put his arms around her.
    Thirty-four (89% in)
lethargy = lack of energy
  • Julie stood, her movements lethargic.
    Prologue - Christmas Eve 1998 (36% in)
  • The Tylenol had left her feeling groggy and lethargic, with an acidic taste in her mouth, and she wasn't in the mood for his superior attitude.
    Thirteen (28% in)

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