Her applause was not languid applause, neither was it without discrimination.
Mrs. Beaufort, languid and afflicted with headache, said little.
But this languid century was to close with a tremendous explosion.
She lifted a deep, languid glance upon me and shook her head.
With a languid movement she eked out the thought that was in her.
She fell into a languid state from that moment, and at the end of three days she died.
She had large, low-lidded eyes, which lent her face a languid air.
Reclining on his divan he looked her up and down with a languid eye.
"Oh, not at all," the other answered with languid acquiescence, as he seated himself.
The dog submitted to the operation with languid resignation.