languishment

[ lang-gwish-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF languishment

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There is more in disease than the mere pang and languishment.

Without health life is only a languishment and an image of death.

In whom can hardness of heart, sloth, rancour, languishment stand before that name?

He seems to have wasted life in discontent, by the rage of neglected pride, and the languishment of unsatisfied desire.

Sophia's beauty, which derived piquancy from a certain Oriental languishment of manner, was every where the theme of admiration.

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