On through the languorous May warmth travelled westward the long column.
To be likened to the languorous effects of some almost stimulating drug.
The freshness of the morning had passed and a languorous mist had fallen.
The air was languorous with the scent of jasmin and orange-blossoms.
His breath came quicker; his eyes were languorous and teasing.
And that he admired his own languorous ways there is no doubt.
The air, which should have been full of the twittering of birds, was heavy and languorous.
Warmer grew the air with a languorous, permeating fragrance.
And for her the languorous bright afternoon had lost its charm.
A languorous indolence, bred of the mountains, possessed her as an ecstasy.