Comatosely

comatose

[kom-uh-tohs, koh-muh-]
adjective
1.
affected with or characterized by coma.
2.
lacking alertness or energy; torpid: comatose from lack of sleep.

Origin:
1745–55; < Greek komat- (stem of kôma coma1) + -ose1

comatosely, adverb
comatoseness, comatosity [kom-uh-tos-i-tee] , noun
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comatose (ˈkəʊməˌtəʊs, -ˌtəʊz)
 
adj
1.  in a state of coma
2.  torpid; lethargic
 
'comatosely
 
adv

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comatose
1755, from coma (from Gk. koma, comb. form komat-) + -ose. Transf. sense of "lethargic" is from 1828.
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comatose co·ma·tose (kō'mə-tōs', kŏm'ə-)
adj.

  1. Of, relating to, or affected with coma.

  2. Marked by lethargy; torpid.

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