疲労, 倦怠, 疲れ, 無気力, 倦憊, 倦厭, 困憊
Noun(1) a state of comatose torpor (as found in sleeping sickness(2) a feeling of lack of interest or energy(3) weakness characterized by a lack of vitality or energy
(1) That's when, for whatever reason, the little white pill I have to take first thing in the morning sets my water system into hyper-productive mode, resulting in feelings of faintness and lassitude .(2) Reading causes lassitude and wearies us tremendously.(3) The patient may also experience lassitude , have a pale complexion, a sore low back (where the Kidney is located), pale tongue body with thin white coating, and deep slow-weak pulse.(4) The patient denied lassitude , dyspnea, or fever.(5) After five weeks in combat these soldiers sunk into a state of extreme exhaustion and lassitude .(6) The general lassitude towards tourists followed us into southern Chile where we were constantly held up by crooked tour agents and transport that was always late.(7) But also costly figuratively, costly psychologically, because the new social lassitude associated with liberalism affronted cherished values.(8) Happy in Goa, the Portuguese took their time leaving, lingering here in colonial lassitude until 1961.(9) a patient complaining of lassitude and inability to concentrate(10) Early morning lassitude puts all inquisitive minds to rest.(11) Only on the next morning does one feel the after effects, which include an almost overwhelming lassitude .(12) There may be lassitude in the federal response to natural disaster, but that is not the same as culpability, and still less is it culpability for the failings the critics invariably cite.(13) she was overcome by lassitude and retired to bed(14) Rotten made it clear that there was another kind of fun that could be had, a forbidden fun that was riskier and more dangerous because it aggressively put the lie to the self-congratulatory lassitude of the 1970s.(15) No matter what we do to earn a living, we all seek the benefits of leisure, lassitude and inertia├ö├ç┬¬(16) They're conducive, instead, to lassitude , resentment, and political irresponsibility.
1. lethargy ::
2. inanition ::
3. languor ::
1. refreshment ::
2. rejuvenation ::
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