lethargy[ leth-er-jee ]SEE DEFINITION OF lethargy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LETHARGY
Her conversion was an event that broke the lethargy of their stagnant life.
He had gradually dropped to the floor, and lay there in a lethargy, worn out.
Grendon snapped out of the lethargy into which he had sunk, face drawn and gray.
But the wounded man shook off his lethargy and for a moment had command of his faculties.
But not even that gibe could stir M. Binet out of his lethargy of content.
By these and such like arguments he rescued them from the lethargy of despair.
The thought of provisions seemed to have roused them from their lethargy.
Hypnody: lethargy; a condition similar to or identical with hibernation.
All these things which had been left untouched were evidence of a lethargy that hurt me.
But the drowsiness of autumn is a lethargy in the true sense of that word—a forgetfulness.