Lentitude

Related to Lentitude: lassitude

Len´ti`tude

    (lĕn´tĭ`tūd)
n.1.Slowness; sluggishness.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Here, usual Brussels lentitude' appears responsible for delays.
We don't care for that procedure nor its lentitude nor the tendency to operate on a consensus basis that sometimes rejects literature that is too experimental, too risk-taking, or even for spurious reasons having to do with personality conflicts with a single committee member.
Again, with excruciating lentitude, he began to understand the complexities of "liberalism," starting from his famous anthology of liberal thinking.
No existe, dice este autor, "un tiempo social de una sola y simple colada, sino un tiempo social susceptible de mil velocidades, de mil lentitudes, tiempo que no tiene practicamente nada que ver con el tiempo periodistico de la cronica y de la historia tradicional" (Braudel 1989, 15).