Thesaurus / lethargy

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This isn’t to say the sensations of lethargy, dullness, and torpor are not real—they are, and they can be quite paralzying.
WHY YOU'RE TIRED ALL THE TIMEBRAD STULBERGNOVEMBER 5, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
Citing a lack of in-person contact, she constantly battles lethargy.
The recklessness of the other's purpose roused Garnet from his lethargy.
THE FIFTH OF NOVEMBERCHARLES S. BENTLEY
When they had almost attained the age of twenty-two Judith caught a fever, fell into a lethargy and died.
Balls, parties, and sleigh-riding occasionally rouse them up, but lethargy is the general rule.
THE LAND OF THORJ. ROSS BROWNE
The wounds inflicted on Islam during the last century have at last awakened it from its lethargy.
An ominous murmur swelled from the crowd and the red police roused from their lethargy.
The men, yielding themselves to blank despair, were sinking into lethargy.
Gaff was the first to shake off the lethargy that had oppressed him.
SHIFTING WINDSR.M. BALLANTYNE
The idleness, almost amounting to lethargy, of the present masters of the East has also been much insisted on.

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