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There was no active disease, indeed, but a general languor and weakness, which foretokened dissolution.
That vast perpetual movement ceases; a sort of drowsiness and languor overspreads it; and it seems weary and about to rest.
The languor which had weighed upon her so long had all of once given way to boisterous activity.
Fifteen months after these memorable words, Bizarre expired of languor and exhaustion.
After spending an hour or two in an atmosphere of this kind, we found ourselves perceptibly affected with languor and dizziness.
The city with its noises sinks away from our feet as from one in a balloon, and our senses are steeped in country languor.
The languor of the evening was heavy upon all the family; Monica was the only one who had the energy to go to her instrument.
PLASHERS MEADCOMPTON MACKENZIE
A vein of bitter pessimism runs through all conversations; there is a general air of languor and depression.
I do not feel that indifference to worldly objects, which I felt when confined to a couch of pain and languor.
He enjoyed life—but not with rude activity, like the grosser members of the ruling caste—rather with a certain rare languor.
THE REGENTE. ARNOLD BENNETT

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