- languid + -ness (Wiktionary)
“It harked back to the French and American new waves, and was shot through with a languidness which has led to it being seen subsequently as a progenitor of the US mumblecore movement.”
“The air was warm, humid, enveloping us in its languidness, as though this is how it was meant to be, always.”
“What used to be considered insipidity in a girl is now just the opposite: sublime languidness!”
“September 26th, 2008 at 1: 50 am mortage rates says: mortage rates … strongly? doings languidness file sought ….”
“Thus, on the other hand, if Heaven should be so kind that she would never have to make war, the languidness that should arise would make her either effeminate or divided: which two together, or each one by itself, would be cause of her ruin.”
“Oh, I certainly know what is good for me," his grace said, the languidness back in his voice.”
“With abject relief, Sophie turned to the owner of the clipped, somewhat hard tones, beneath which a certain languidness rippled, and beheld a strikingly handsome man, bowing even more elegantly than Jack Lester.”
“He yielded at last, from sheer languidness, and came silently into the house.”
“The doctor seemed very uneasy at this languidness, of which Marsa said:”
“Ralph's point of view Derry Drake was not handsome, and he was utterly unaware that back of Derry's silver-blond slenderness and apparent languidness were banked fires which could more than match his own.”
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