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languor

(lăng′gĕr) [L. languere, to languish]
A feeling of weariness or exhaustion as from illness; lack of vigor or animation; lassitude.
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The languorous movements of cheetahs, whales and people seem choreographed to the New Age score.
There is, instead, a continued stream of soft, languorous relaxation.
E-mail pauses during transmission are not unlike the multiday "pauses" regular letters make on their languorous journey to a recipient's mailbox.
Another day we lazed in the languorous Aqua Sana - a complex of different spa experiences including Japanese salt steam bath, Indian blossom steam room, Greek herbal bath and an Aqua Meditation Room with senses heightened by a cutting-edge chill-out soundtrack.
Pushers haunted certain street corners only blocks away, and watching their movements, whether erratic and jerky or more languorous and fluid, became a game to us kids, as we guessed whether they peddled cocaine or heroin.
Sensual, soft, and languorous on the palate, with deep, earthy notes.
The long, languorous season of Pentecost - with more numbers trailing behind it than the Super Bowl, with its liturgical colour a bright green, associated with rushing wind and tongues of fire, and encompassing late spring, the heat of summer and the best of autumn - provides the Canadian Presbyterian psyche with a break, a kind of "Christianity Lite" time.
Calling to mind Balthus's languorous girls--painted decades later, of course--the work seizes on perspective as a means of forming perception.
It's a lovely journey back to those pre-MTV days of big hair and languorous Jimmy Page solos.
The spa is its own little world, steeped in a glamorous, languorous, luxurious setting with intriguing machines and devices behind every door.