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How to use languidness in a sentence

He yielded at last, from sheer languidness, and came silently into the house.
MCCLURE'S MAGAZINE, VOL 31, NO 2, JUNE 1908VARIOUS
There, all the sounds of the quays softened; the singing, and the cries came vague and melancholy, with sad languidness.
THERESE RAQUINEMILE ZOLA
The needle makes for such languidness at times between its moments of dreaming and its moments of jumping nerves.
DESTINYCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
When Marston woke in the morning his headache and languidness had gone.
WYNDHAM'S PALHAROLD BINDLOSS
Her eyes, heavy-lidded, were slightly lifted to him with an amorous languidness.
WHERE THE PAVEMENT ENDSJOHN RUSSELL
His directness brought Lily Condor out of her languidness with a sharp turn.
THE BLOOD RED DAWNCHARLES CALDWELL DOBIE
There is something in this to explain the languidness or cessation of many girl friendships.
THE GIRL'S OWN PAPER, VOL. VIII, NO. 354, OCTOBER 9, 1886VARIOUS
Chase threw off his spell of languidness and looked hard at the speaker.
THE MAN FROM BRODNEY'SGEORGE BARR MCCUTCHEON
After a few days of fever, languidness and weakness, the illness passed away.
BATTERY E IN FRANCEFREDERIC R. KILNER
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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