Thesaurus / sluggishly


Tweet us a question or commentAfter a surprisingly sluggish weekend for polling, the floodgates have opened, with a mix of high-quality polls, low-quality polls and pretty much everything in between.

Mail-in voting has been relatively sluggish in West Virginia so far, but in-person turnout appeared strong throughout the day in the Mountain State’s population hubs.

Wood believes Polkadot is a superior alternative to Ethereum that avoids the latter’s sluggish processing times, while offering an easy way to connect to other blockchains.

This scarcity of food tends to make organisms evolve small, efficient forms, making many low-living sharks relatively sluggish and slight.

Given the sluggish pace of phone sales over the past few years, the arrival of a next-generation iPhone has been expected to trigger a robust upgrade cycle.

The men came to sluggishly, their reactions pathetic and confused.

DeepfreezeRobert Donald Locke

She felt her blood growing cold, and oozing so sluggishly through her veins that she could count the drops—drip, drip, drip!

The Second LatchkeyCharles Norris Williamson and Alice Muriel Williamson

The bow swept into the onward current, it moved more swiftly, and then sluggishly settled against the bottom.

The Happy EndJoseph Hergesheimer

She struggled a little with her sluggishly working mind, and slowly put her thoughts into words.

The Law and the LadyWilkie Collins

"Oh, the usual thing in mining—chicken one day and feathers the next," sluggishly answered the American.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.