languidly languidly


  • (adv) in a languid and lethargic manner


  1. In other shots, Miley is draped languidly across the lap of her father, country singer Billy Ray Cyrus.
  2. During the day, the temperature hovers at an eternal 88F, and the heat rises languidly off the cobblestone streets.
  3. As the questions tumbled out, Anthony Eden lounged at the front bench, his long, striped-trousered legs languidly propped up on the table, his eyes on the ceiling.


  • Annie and the Anasazi

    The well that gives Klagetoh Chapter its name is almost full. But no one is using it, other than a fat black salamander that swims to the surface to hover languidly and peer at us through the unaccustomed sunlight.
    on June 27, 2013     Source: Navajo Times

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