Languid

Lan'guid adjective [ Latin languidus , from languere to be faint or languid: confer French languide . See Languish .] 1. Drooping or flagging from exhaustion; indisposed to exertion; without animation; weak; weary; heavy; dull. ' Languid , powerless limbs. '
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languid

1. Drooping or flagging from exhaustion; indisposed to exertion; without animation; weak; weary; heavy; dull. ' Languid, powerless limbs. ' 'Fire their languid souls with Cato's virtue.' (Addison) ... 2. Slow in progress; tardy. ' No motion so swift or languid.' ... 3. Promoting or indicating weakness or heaviness; as, a languid day. 'Feebly she la
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Languid

• (a.) Drooping or flagging from exhaustion; indisposed to exertion; without animation; weak; weary; heavy; dull. • (a.) Promoting or indicating weakness or heaviness; as, a languid day. • (a.) Slow in progress; tardy.
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languid

(from the article `keyboard instrument`) The pipe stands vertically on the wind-chest, and wind enters at the foot hole. The foot is divided from the speaking length by the languid, a flat ...
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