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languid

lan·guid

languid

 
pronunciation:
laeng gwihd
part of speech: adjective
definition: lacking or not showing strength, energy, or spirit; weak, slow, or listless.
He lay on the sofa in a languid manner, sipping from a cup of tea.The expression in her eyes was languid, and she seemed to have lost the will to live.
synonyms:
enervated, lethargic, listless
antonyms:
chipper, energetic, vivacious
similar words:
faint, feeble, frail, lackadaisical, lazy, limp, phlegmatic, spiritless, torpid, weak
derivations: languidly (adv.), languidness (n.)