Synonyms for LANGUOROUS

Usage Examples for LANGUOROUS

  1. I think she would have scoffed at that last languorous speech as a piece of Hortense's nonsense, and that is why Hortense uttered it aloud: she was safe from being understood. - "Lady Baltimore" by Owen Wister
  2. His eyes opened slowly, and his face assumed an easy, languorous smile of immense pleasure. - "Romance" by Joseph Conrad and F.M. Hueffer
  3. She sat at the piano, her fingers picking out some slow, languorous movement that he did not know, but which soothed him like a lullaby. - "The Hidden Places" by Bertrand W. Sinclair
  4. The air was still languorous. - "A People's Man" by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  5. The whole scene was flooded with light and color, and permeated by the languorous spell of the tropics, which it is not good for white men to linger under. - "The League of the Leopard" by Harold Bindloss