- s lacking spirit or liveliness
a languid mood
a languid wave of the hand
- Excessive heat can cause people to become languid and lazy.
- Languid addicts filled the pubs and watched the football match on the giant screen.
- But this class doesn't feel like a hothouse for languid aristocrats.
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- No big waves in the labor pool
The jobs report released Friday by the Labor Department showed that the economy continues to drift along at a languid pace.
June 8, 2013 - Minnesota Public Radio
- Rio Ferdinand in Telegraph.co.uk
If you look at the statistics you'll see that he's one of the hardest runners in our team,said Rio Ferdinand. "He's languid, but he really puts the effort in. If you see him at the training ground, he's always in the gym. For one player to...
- Sir Alex Ferguson in Telegraph.co.uk
He has a languid style,said Ferguson. "Maybe that's the thing against him, his style of play, rather than his actual effect on the game. I'm particularly happy with that. He is a very, very good player. Dimitar would like to score a goal;...
- Farhan Akhtar in Screen Weekly
Akhtar calls the ballad Tum ho toh the toughest on the list "because of its slow languid pace with many portions holding single notes over many bars:"