lethargic[ luh-thahr-jik ]SEE DEFINITION OF lethargic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LETHARGIC
Thorpe had a fleeting pride in the lethargic, composed front he was able to present.
The Father confident in his strength, but he felt heavy and lethargic.
He was a large, lethargic man, who had commonplace views on all subjects.
About noon they all seemed to wake up from their lethargic state.
If anything, slightly lazy or lethargic in his emotional life.
But he was feebly supported, and those he employed were lukewarm and lethargic.'
Like most overgrown creatures he was top-heavy and lethargic and very humble-minded.
I saw that the birds were aroused from their lethargic attitude.
Bristol "lethargic" was for years the general idea of the place.
Continue to preach them for the sake of the lethargic peace of which you speak?