lethargically


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le·thar·gic

 (lə-thär′jĭk)
adj.
Of, causing, or characterized by lethargy.

le·thar′gi·cal·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.lethargically - without energylethargically - without energy; in a lethargic manner; "he hung around the house lethargically"
Translations

lethargically

advträge; (= without interest)teilnahmslos, lustlos
References in classic literature ?
On his face, in mild degree, was depicted sensuous pleasure as he lethargically scratched his ribs with his one hand.
After making more than 100 appearances for Boro in his three years at the club, Steve McClaren had allowed the lethargically laid-back yet creative mid-fielder to move on.
Razzak himself was subsequently at fault in the field as he moved lethargically at mid-on towards a miscued swing by Ramdin, then on 35, off Mashrafe Mortaza.
Mind you, it's an improvement on some recent years, when the only bees I've seen have been struggling lethargically before dying.
AS MANY fisheries appear to have now seen the back of the spawning rituals, many venues will now notice more fish lethargically cruising the surface, picking off small samples of food drifting.
labor market conditions are especially prominent in current public discourse because unemployment reached levels not seen for three decades during the sharp recession of 2007-2009 and has receded only lethargically.
Speakers extended killings responsibility to the government stating that it had been acting lethargically.
Other selection Hunter Mahan 25-1 Unlike many players who have been lethargically globetrotting for extra bucks there was no messing from Hunter Mahan, who shunted his firmly to the back of the garage after the Presidents Cup.
With City starting lethargically the hosts went close again on the half hour, but Pantilimon made a good low save.