listlessness


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listlessness

shows lack of interest in its surroundings.
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And let's add one more item to the bleak mix: Washington's listlessness actually increases the chances that it will enter into a war with Iran, which Obama has been so understandably keen to avoid.
The economy is closed down and the exits have been shuttered; a pall of listlessness hovers.
Just three weeks ago, UCLA was licking its wounds after four miserable losses and three quarters of listlessness against Oregon State.
The woman had vague complaints of listlessness and was referred by her doctor to a neurologist at Slotervaart Hospital.
The baby had already been taken to her own doctor with a high temperature and listlessness and diarrhoea.
Yet they, too, are not letting the challenging market and economic conditions infect them with listlessness and despair.
And anyone who had been to a London Burger King in the past 20 years began to suffer from cold sweats, headaches, nausea, listlessness, shortness of breath, hives, hemorrhoids and persistent and uncontrolled emergency deliveries from the pharmacy.
IT TOOK ONLY THREE DAYS for the house to get edgy in its listlessness.
IN the end, it was the Sunday afternoons he couldn't cope with, that terrible listlessness.
It has even been used to treat burns, coughs, listlessness, pregnancy and snake bite.