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From Latin languidus (faint, weak, dull, sluggish, languid).

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Languid (comparative more Languid, superlative most Languid)

Positive
Languid

Comparative
more Languid

Superlative
most Languid

  1. Lacking enthusiasm, energy, or strength; drooping or flagging from weakness, fatigue, or lack of energy; indisposed to exertion; sluggish; relaxed: as, languid movements; languid breathing.
    • Jonathan Swift — As love without esteem is capricious and volatile; esteem without love is languid and cold.
  2. Heavy; dull; dragging; wanting spirit or animation; listless; apathetic.

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  • Languid in The Century Dictionary, The Century Co., New York, 1911

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