Experts estimate that hundreds of thousands of kits are languishing in police warehouses.
The world is stagnant for a brief moment before exploding, and in that time, 16-year-old Jenny is languishing and bored.
A former senior commander who was close to Mullah Omar, Ibrahim had been languishing in Pakistani jails for the past five years.
A decade ago, Alber Elbaz was a designer out to prove that he had the capacity to revive the languishing house of Lanvin.
According to the latest Des Moines Register poll Gingrich is now languishing in fourth place, with just 12 percent of the vote.
She was also sad and languishing, like a flower exposed unshaded to the burning heat of the sun.
While the war was languishing in the North it was being carried on with vigor in the South.
The tenor shrieked out his tender passion, and the tubby soprano sank into his inadequate arms with languishing sighs.
But for many years the church lived only a languishing life.
Benedetto's appeal to the Pope to heal the four wounds from which the Church is languishing is a model of impassioned argument.
early 14c., "fail in strength, exhibit signs of approaching death," from languiss-, present participle stem of Old French languir "be listless, pine, grieve, fall ill," from Vulgar Latin *languire, from Latin languere "be weak or faint" (see lax). Weaker sense "be lovesick, grieve, lament, grow faint," is from mid-14c. Related: Languished; languishing.