Definitions for lethargicləˈθɑr dʒɪk
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deficient in alertness or activity
"bullfrogs became lethargic with the first cold nights"
Origin: From ληθαργικός, from λήθαργος, from λήθη (from which Lethe) + ἀργός
alt. of Lethargical
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She’s not lethargic. She moves!
It looked lethargic when I approached, i touched it lightly and it started to move.
Otherwise, we will continue the lethargic dance we have been dancing for the past five months.
I could say maybe I got a little lethargic, when I started last year, I was a little hurt and my speed wasn't where it needed to be and my back was aching and consequently it led to a terrible year.
She wouldn’t eat and she wouldn’t wake up, she was very lethargic, she never opened her eyes. We kept getting assurances from the doctors and nurses a lot of babies think they’re still in mommy’s belly and they don’t want to wake up for a day or eat but then Rumer went to the NICU about eight hours after her birth.
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