Each work is a pithy marvel that captures the languorous excitement (and sometimes the radiant gloom) of a summer day to remember.
Bright eyes were languorous and spoke, voices sank to silence.
The air was languorous with the scent of jasmin and orange-blossoms.
A light breeze sighed among the branches, swaying them in languorous rhythm, rustling them in soft and ceaseless whisperings.
And that he admired his own languorous ways there is no doubt.
A hot and languorous day in August saw the great battle of redskins and palefaces.
The air, which should have been full of the twittering of birds, was heavy and languorous.
To be likened to the languorous effects of some almost stimulating drug.
Warmer grew the air with a languorous, permeating fragrance.
It was as though the heated earth panted for breath; no evening breeze stirred the leaves; the air was heavy and languorous.