from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In a lethargic manner, without energy, tiredly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a lethargic or sluggish manner; torpidly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. without energy; in a lethargic manner
My cats and dogs (all six of them) are responding by lying about lethargically, which is a great opportunity for me to catch some of my ordinarily bouncy critters on digital film.
As I moved past them lethargically, I began to question my worth in the world.
On his face, in mild degree, was depicted sensuous pleasure as he lethargically scratched his ribs with his one hand.
Despite the raucous throng of fans eager to celebrate the opening of the new ballpark as the Mets took on San Diego, the listless Mr. Met shuffled onto the field during pregame warm-ups and lethargically attempted to pump up the crowd with a few halfhearted waves and hand-claps.
I shrugged lethargically and said maybe a couple of hours or so.
The adults saunter lethargically to the next room.
Life there is slung in hammocks and slouching in verandas, staring, smoking and sitting, sleeping with strewn dogs or wandering lethargically toward church.
- Is a killer whale in northwest Washington's San Juan Islands behaving lethargically because she was hit by a boat – or is she just pregnant?
Is it all a charade on your part or are you actually the one and only Slow Motion Man, a superhero blogger who reacts so lethargically that time does, truly, pass him by. edward says:
The air lethargically is being seeped out and sooner or later our walls won't be able to hold life.
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