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1. physical or mental laziness or weariness
2. a feeling of dreaminess and relaxation
3. oppressive silence or stillness
[C14 langour, via Old French from Latin languor, from languēre to languish; the modern spelling is directly from Latin]
lan•guor (ˈlæŋ gər)
1. lack of energy or vitality.
2. lack of spirit or interest.
[1250–1300; < Old French < Latin languor]
languor - Any distressed condition, such as illness, sorrow, fatigue, etc.
See also related terms for illness.
Thesaurus Legend: Synonyms Related Words Antonyms
1. lethargy, weakness, fatigue, apathy, inertia, frailty, weariness, ennui, torpor, heaviness, lassitude, debility, feebleness, listlessness, faintness, enervation She, in her languor, had not troubled to eat much.
2. (Literary) relaxation, laziness, sloth, drowsiness, sleepiness, indolence, dreaminess, lotus-eating She savoured the pleasant languor, the dreamy tranquillity.
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Yet she had just sufficiently that touch of languor which puts one at one's ease, though indeed it was rather the languor of waiting for what was going to happen than the weariness of experience gone by.
A soft languor spread over her lovely features, but increased their Beauty--.
His eyes gathered in and reflected the light and languor of the summer day.
Langwarrin Park Primary School
Langzaam Rijden Gaat Sneller
Lanham Act of 1947
Lanham Act of 1947
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