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From the Middle English langour, langor, from the Old French ?, from Latin languor, from langure (to feel faint, languish).

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Singular
Languor

Plural
countable and uncountable; plural Languors

Languor (countable and uncountable; plural Languors)
  1. (uncountable) a state of the body or mind caused by exhaustion or disease and characterized by a languid feeling: lassitude
    languor of convalescence
  2. (countable) listless indolence; dreaminess
    a certain languor in the air hinted at an early summer -- James Purdy
  3. (uncountable) dullness, sluggishness; lack of vigor; stagnation
    from languor she passed to the lightest vivacity -- Elinor Wylie
  4. (obsolete, countable) An enfeebling disease; suffering

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