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languidus adj. with comp.

LAG-, faint, weak, dull, sluggish, languid : vino languidi: labore et aestu, S.: uxor, languishing , Iu.: boves Collo trahentes languido, H.: flumen, sluggish , H.: aqua, L.: aura Noti, gentle , O.: hostes languidioribus nostris vallum scindere, while our troops grew weaker , Cs.: vina, i. e. more mellow , H.Weakening : voluptates.—Fig., faint, feeble, powerless, inactive, listless, sluggish : senectus: languidiores facti sumus: animus, Cs.: languidiore studio in causā esse: nihil languidi neque remissi pati, S.: quies, V.

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