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A lack of energy and enthusiasm,
  1. A lack of energy and enthusiasm
    • - periods of weakness and lethargy
    • - she might have sunk into a lethargy
  2. A pathological state of sleepiness or deep unresponsiveness and inactivity

  1. a state of comatose torpor (as found in sleeping sickness)
  2. inanition: weakness characterized by a lack of vitality or energy
  3. languor: inactivity; showing an unusual lack of energy; "the general appearance of sluggishness alarmed his friends"
  4. (lethargic) deficient in alertness or activity; "bullfrogs became lethargic with the first cold nights"
  5. Fatigue (also called exhaustion, lethargy, languidness, languor, lassitude, and listlessness) is a state of awareness describing a range of afflictions, usually associated with physical and/or mental weakness, though varying from a general state of to a specific work-induced burning sensation ...
  6. Lethargy was a technical death metal band formed in Rochester, New York in 1992 and disbanded in December 1999. Their last performance was on Christmas night of 1999. Drummer Brann Dailor and guitarist Bill Kelliher would later appear in Today Is the Day and Mastodon. ...
  7. A condition characterised by extreme fatigue or drowsiness, or prolonged sleep patterns. [from 14th c.]; A state of extreme torpor or apathy, especially with lack of emotion or interest; loosely, sluggishness, laziness. [from 14th c.]
  8. (lethargic) sluggish, slow; indifferent, apathetic
  9. (Lethargic) Awakens with stimulation; drowsy but awake. [Click Here To Return To List]
  10. (Lethargic) Drowsy inactive reluctance or inability to move or respond to stimuli
  11. (Lethargic) Sleepy, but arousable. Cooperates when aroused. Aware of surroundings when aroused.
  12. (Lethargic) means a lack of activity or action.
  13. (Lethargic) the state of being abnormally drowsy or stupor (Morris 1992).
  14. (lethargic) Whereas the ennuyé person is afflicted with an oppressive sense of the too-muchness of existence, the lethargic [the River Lethe, in Greek mythology, is the river of oblivion] person is rendered stagnant by the dullness of it all: He is dead-while-alive. ...
  15. A condition marked by drowsiness and an unusual lack of energy and mental alertness. It can be caused by many things, including illness, injury, or drugs.
  16. (leth' ar gee) Sluggishness, drowsiness, indifference.
  17. sense of fatigue, drowsiness, and laziness.
  18. The presence of recognizable concentrations of ketone bodies in the plasma.
  19. Lowered level of consciousness marked by listlessness, drowsiness
  20. A feeling of tiredness, drowsiness, or lack of energy.
  21. a condition of indifference or drowsiness.
  22. A condition of sluggishness. Getting a good nights sleep and still waking up feeling exhausted.
  23. Sluggishness, tired feeling, low energy.
  24. Lack of ambition to do anything, with a feeling of sleepiness.
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