Turkish soldiers sat by their vehicles in the twilight languidly chatting or cooking.
Without moving hand or foot, she just languidly lifted her eyelids, and looked around upon the dim darkness.
"I don't think that can be so," Thorpe reasoned, languidly, from his corner.
Miss Meredith received it languidly, read it, then sat up indignantly.
"I must say he has made haste," said Lady Lackington, languidly.
Elfride swallowed her feelings as she best could, and languidly though flatly asked a question.
"I have no curiosity in the matter," said Maitland, languidly.
Harland Slack sank upon the sofa, and languidly watched the Doctor turn up the gas.
"You 'll see enough, perhaps too many such," said the Count, languidly.
The ladies with the cushion looked at me languidly as I passed them, and then returned to a perusal of their paper.
1590s, from Middle French languide (16c.) and directly from Latin languidus "faint, listless," from languere "be weak or faint," from PIE root *(s)leg- "to be slack" (see lax). Related: Languidly; languidness.