Languid in a sentence

Use Languid in a sentence

Languid;

Meaning: [adjective] moving very slowly, tired;

It is a piece of melancholic music, reminding of the quiet and languid life in Clairton.

She continued to stroke the animal, but her movements had become less languid .

Quiet, languid water, bright sun, whales lazily swimming along the surface.

His voice was languid and carefree.

He wakes feeling languid and unrefreshed.

The man’s languid effort appeared to be a calculated insult.

They often feel anxious, nervous, tired, depressed and languid.

Compared to that heart-stopper, this season’s rise to the top flight seems positively languid.

Lucy was languid and tired, and slept on after we had been called.

In character it is like the Angora cat and somewhat languid .