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  • Languidly, guests staked claim to white-shrouded tables -- and stayed there.

    Susan J. Cobb: There's A Time Warp 'Round Yon Virgin

  • Languidly, guests staked claim to white-shrouded tables -- and stayed there.

    Susan J. Cobb: There's A Time Warp 'Round Yon Virgin

  • Languidly smoking his Dunhills, squinting into the cameras with world-weary eyes, he offered his theories about the case in his vaguely British accent.

    The Devil and W.W.D.

  • Languidly, and with no thought of going in, I watched him, his hard little body, skinny and bare, saw him wince slightly as he pulled up around his vitals the small, soggy, icy garment.

    "Endings are a catharsis."

  • Languidly he sank into it: it was comfortably wadded.

    Burlesques

  • Languidly, and with no thought of going in, I watched him, his hard little body, skinny and bare, saw him wince slightly as he pulled up around his vitals the small, soggy, icy garment.

    Archive 2005-01-01

  • Languidly one would have dragged oneself from shadow to shadow, grateful even for the bar of shade cast by the raised arm of one of

    Flush: a biography

  • Languidly, she touched the enter button, and the screen saver blinked off.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • Languidly the water heaved, languidly the white seagulls floated over it.

    The Witch, and other stories

  • Languidly he turned his head as the door swung back on its hinges, but when he beheld the king he rose up, and rubbed his head against him.

    The Olive Fairy Book

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