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The dict-ified word of the day is languid

| source : web1913 | Languid \Lan"guid\, a. [L. languidus, fr. languere to be faint or languid: cf. F. languide. See {Languish}.] 1. Drooping or flagging from exhaustion; indisposed to exertion; without animation; weak; weary; heavy; dull. `` Languid, powerless limbs. '' --Armstrong. Fire their languid souls with Cato's virtue. --Addison. 2. Slow in progress; tardy. `` No motion so swift or languid.'' --Bentley. 3. Promoting or indicating weakness or heaviness; as, a languid day. Feebly she laugheth in the languid moon. --Keats. Their idleness, aimless and languid airs. --W. Black. Syn: Feeble; weak; faint; sickly; pining; exhausted; weary; listless; heavy; dull; heartless. -- {Lan"guid*ly}, adv. -- {Lan"guid*ness}, n. | source : wn | languid adj : lacking spirit or liveliness; "a lackadaisical attempt"; "a languid mood"; "a languid wave of the hand"; "a hot languorous afternoon" [syn: {dreamy}, {lackadaisical}, {languorous}]

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