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Word: lethargic

Definition: drowsy; dull; N. lethargy: state of sluggishness and inactivity


Sentences Containing 'lethargic'

Comic book artist Greg Hyland, better known for his series Lethargic Lad and the comics on the back of Lego Batman set boxes, produced an online comic strip based on the "Lego Star Wars" toyline and video games.
I have looked at her, in a state so dun and lethargic, that I have thought of nothing but the number of horizontal lines I could draw across her at the full, and the number of perpendicular lines with which I could intersect them.''
Observations in flying fox colonies during extreme heat events have revealed that flying foxes go through a predictable sequence of thermoregulatory behaviours with rising temperatures: Beyond this, individuals tend to be found near the base of trees where they form piles of lethargic and dead bats.
Other characteristics observed include anorexia, lethargic movement, and they may exhibit a darkened pigment.
Rob Dickie of "Sound on Sight", praised the performance of cast but criticise the pace and climax of the film by saying that " the pace is lethargic, there are no surprising revelations and the ending is horribly anticlimactic, meaning the strong performances and flashes of visual flair go to waste."
The agent worked, but too well: 99.9% of the population became so lethargic that they stopped working, talking and, eventually, eating and moving.
Though undoubtedly idle, he was not truly lethargic: he made several visits to the United States and Italy, and struck up many new friendships, despite his later reputation as a recluse.
Unfortunately the team gave a lethargic performance in the playoff going down by two goals to nil.
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