lassitude

[ las-i-tood, -tyood ]SEE DEFINITION OF lassitude

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I seized a moment of lassitude, gave every man a trumpet, and gained the day with this handful.

But the gathering grew sad, benumbed, as it were, with lassitude.

Up to the moment of that discovery, all was lassitude and indifference.

But all the blue forces were broken, disorganized; there came an exhaustion, a lassitude.

On waking in the morning we all p. 263experienced languor and lassitude.

Lassitude lived in his eyes, his long thin fingers trembled.

He lay back and let the lassitude enclose him, not fighting it.

It was long since she had felt oppressed by such a sense of lassitude and melancholy.

Yet there was no sign about the boy of the lassitude of repletion.

Added to all this, he was suffering from headache and lassitude.

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