languidly : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a languid and lethargic manner
the men languidly put on their jackets
- In other shots, Miley is draped languidly across the lap of her father, country singer Billy Ray Cyrus.
- Indolent cows languidly chewing their cud while befuddled motorists honk and maneuver their vehicles around them is an image as stereotypically Indian as saffron-clad holy men and .
- During the day, the temperature hovers at an eternal 88F, and the heat rises languidly off the cobblestone streets.
News & Articles
- 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.
June 27, 2013 - Navajo Times