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  • 'Lethargic' economic recovery expected: Scotiabank

    London Free Press

  • Lethargic courts can take 20 years to resolve contract disputes.

    India and the U.S., Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Lethargic courtiers sat, stooped, and stood around hookah pipes and bowls of smoking incense.

    Nevermore

  • Lethargic no longer, the child stiffened, writhed, and shrieked, all through the night and day, for forty-eight hours.

    Chaplin’s Girl

  • Lethargic and irritable when he went to bed, his mother found him hours later with "white spongy stuff" all over his face...and he wasn't breathing.

    Dry Drowning

  • By 1705 he was excessively fat, short-breathd, Lethargic and Listless.7 Realising that his life was at risk, he moved to the country and sobered up, his flesh melting away like a snowball in summer.

    Bedlam

  • "Mad Money" *1/2 out of four: Lethargic heist comedy about three fairly unlikeable women who rob the Federal Reserve Bank and really, really deserve to get caught.

    YesButNoButYes: "Money" Can't Buy Laughs

  • Lethargic movements that seemed choreographed by a dance instructor for a nursing home.

    The Britney Spears MTV VMA Excuses: Cheap Shoes Edition

  • Anyone ever read the issue of Lethargic Lad where they took this off?

    KINGDOM COME DC Comics, 1996

  • Lethargic coils of grayish smoke snaked away and lingered in the dank predawn air.

    Harbinger

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  • 1.) Sleepy tired/ Sentence- some medicines make people lethargic. (Newbury House dictionary)

    September 25, 2010