Synonyms for LANGUID

Usage Examples for LANGUID

  1. Her light footsteps scarcely bent the grass beneath her; she ran on and on, up the hill; Friedland turned his head round with a careless glance, then stretched out once more his languid limbs, and composed himself to sleep. - "The Man-Wolf and Other Tales" by Emile Erckmann and Alexandre Chatrian
  2. He studied her face quickly as he came forward, and made up his mind that she expected him, though she looked up with an air of languid surprise as he entered. - "The Heart of Rome" by Francis Marion Crawford
  3. The child, though languid, and pale, was looking so beautiful that it was a pleasure to have her support in such a movement. - "The Patrician" by John Galsworthy
  4. Her lips were parted with a languid smile; and she drew back the long hair, which lay over her cheeks, her neck, her bosom, while I was gazing on her. - "Basil" by Wilkie Collins
  5. Norman had been feeling relaxed, languid, exhausted. - "The Grain Of Dust A Novel" by David Graham Phillips