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The general direction of the wind at a macro level is like a low frequency with very long, lethargic waves, while the little eddies that form at the micro level are like high frequencies with very short and rapid ones.
The problem was that no matter how many hours of sleep I got, I had to haul myself out of bed in the morning, grumpy and lethargic.
So inert, despondent, and lethargic a moment before, he now seemed full to overflowing of life and animation.
When the fund was instituted, public sentiment in regard to education was lethargic, if not retrograding.
What lethargic disease has fallen on Northern souls, that they dare not be as bold for Freedom as tyrants are for Slavery?
I see it rose-tinted, I see the movement that stirs the life of these regions so long dead, lethargic.
In the temperate regions of North America, where crocodiles still exist, these animals pass the entire winter in lethargic torpor.
THE DESERT WORLDARTHUR MANGIN
On the other hand, a very fair subject who is indolent and lethargic should be referred to Cups rather than to Wands.
Fever and delirium terminated in lethargic slumber, which, in the course of two hours, gave place to death.
WIELAND; OR THE TRANSFORMATIONCHARLES BROCKDEN BROWN
Whilst the young lady's passion was growing every hour more lively, her old father was growing every hour more lethargic.

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