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synonyms for torpidly

  • languidly
  • lazily
  • sluggishly
  • at one's convenience
  • at one's leisure
  • calmly
  • comfortably
  • composedly
  • deliberately
  • dilatorily
  • easily
  • gradually
  • inactively
  • indolently
  • laggardly
  • langorously
  • lethargically
  • lingeringly
  • listlessly
  • slowly
  • taking one's time
  • tardily
  • with delay
  • without haste

antonyms for torpidly

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  • hectically
  • hurriedly
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How to use torpidly in a sentence

In the gloom of the old church Josè threw himself upon a bench near the door, and waited torpidly.
CARMEN ARIZACHARLES FRANCIS STOCKING
Torpidly I draw my breath through day and night, nor care if the rain falls or the sun shines.
RODMAN THE KEEPERCONSTANCE FENIMORE WOOLSON
On the rude door, cobwebbed and dusty, a scorpion clung torpidly.
CARMEN ARIZACHARLES FRANCIS STOCKING
The opposition was visibly no other than a contest for power, whilst the mass of the nation stood torpidly by as the prize.
THE WRITINGS OF THOMAS PAINE, VOLUME III.THOMAS PAINE
His mind worked slowly and torpidly, so that even grief came with an effort.
A POOR WISE MANMARY ROBERTS RINEHART
In mid-winter, while the land is enveloped in darkness, the Eskimo dozes torpidly in his den.
THE WORKS OF HUBERT HOWE BANCROFT, VOLUME 1HUBERT HOWE BANCROFT
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