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  • Since each time she turned in her dreams, she was serenaded by a langourous pealing, each time prompting her that she must jump to it in order to dance for a spring-borne water spirit.

    Knell Quarternion

  • October 9, 2008 at 4:05 am forgive my ignorance but what does Quote: langourous UnQuote mean?

    nao you no goes - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • October 9, 2008 at 5:06 am langourous meenz lolling around or lounging around sloooly and sometimz seductively.

    nao you no goes - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • In the South, we're naturally more talkative anyway, in that slow langourous "where y'getting off to so fast" kind of mentality, but still, I don't see a lot of community communication myself which I am totally guilty of.

    look into my eyes

  • The mixture was hirtber enriched by the presence of two large boys from his former inarriage, one of whom had formed an unhealthy passion for electric guitars, with the result that the langourous music of Hawaii caressed the ear, interspersed with howling atmospherics.

    An Autobiography

  • The other was dark with langourous eyes and full lips.

    Death in Ecstasy

  • Ah! Those swooning tropic nights, under our palm trees, the distant surf a langourous murmur as from some vast sea shell of mystery, when she, my

    The Princess

  • The weather was overcast, langourous, and there was a feeling of rain in the air.

    A Modern Chronicle — Complete

  • At one place he found the semi-tropical luxuriance of flowers and trees and fruits, the soft, warm sunshine, the tepid, langourous, musical nights, the mellow haze of romance over mountain and velvet hill and soft sea, the low-shaded cottages, the leisurely attractive people one associates with the story-book conception of California.

    The Rules of the Game

  • The dark, langourous eyes that flashed eager admiration a moment before now turned sullen with disappointment.

    The Man from Brodney's

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