They went beyond the vast blueness of Indian skies, the tranquility of its lakes and the golden languidness
of its deserts, beyond the breathtakingly dense foliage with their colourful birds and strange night-sounds.
One feels the languidness
of the era as the region stumbles into the early 1800s and the beginnings of modernity.
The Pennebaker Inventory of Limbic Languidness
(PILL) (Pennebaker, 1997) measures the frequency that general physical symptoms and sensations associated with stress are experienced.
The language creates simultaneous tension and languidness
that challenge readers while remaining accessible.
Talking to KUNA after his participation in the first constitutional meeting for the GCC Education Ministers Committee in Doha today, Al-Issa referred to the languidness
of developing curricula in the member states.
For its sheer lackadaisicalness and languidness
, the beleaguered city resultantly now sits on a ticking live powder-keg of bloodshed and holocaust, which one even shudders to think of the mayhem it would cause all around in the deeply-stricken city when it explodes.
It displays a languidness
(hukut, peten, 'to remember) pertaining to the absence of a friend, a relative, or a lover.
develops as a central idea in Decadent poetry as a refuge from an increasingly frenzied materialistic age.
What begins with paleness and languidness
progresses to something she does not think she can recover from, for she tells her caretaker, Juno, "I know I cannot live long" (32).
Fatigue (also called exhaustion, tiredness, lethargy, languidness
, languor, lassitude, and listlessness) is a subjective feeling of tiredness which is distinct from weakness, and has a gradual onset.
With it, we have long passed the stage of laziness, languidness