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It combats ennui, lassitude, and intolerable vacuity, soothing the nerves and diverting attention from self.
A feeling of lassitude possesses me, my feet drag heavily, and I experience great difficulty in mastering my sleepiness.
His mind seems to have become clouded, and the lassitude and ennui his work caused him is everywhere apparent.
Without doubt it was the effect of extreme lassitude, occasioned by continual thought and watchfulness.
There is experienced a feeling of lassitude, of being “easily tired out,” and a distaste for active exertion.
And yet we must go on in one direction or the other or else succumb to sheer lassitude and overpowering drowsiness.
MOUNT EVEREST THE RECONNAISSANCE, 1921CHARLES KENNETH HOWARD-BURY
He lay back and let the lassitude enclose him, not fighting it.
SPACE PRISONTOM GODWIN
Even the proprietress was seized with momentary lassitude, and also stood still, her hands leaning on the counter.
I do not take it upon myself to say that society would dispel his lassitude, but he cannot be persuaded to go anywhere.
My melancholy returned with the view of our mutual delusion; lassitude of pleasing was the precursor of discontent.
CAMILLAFANNY BURNEY

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