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Noun(1) a state of comatose torpor (as found in sleeping sickness(2) weakness characterized by a lack of vitality or energy(3) inactivity; showing an unusual lack of energy
(1) a history of weight loss, lethargy, and fluid retention(2) Monitor for clinical symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, lethargy , edema, jaundice, and seizure breakthrough.(3) Symptoms include lethargy and disorientation, as well as life-threatening seizures and respiratory distress.(4) Thankfully, I should soon be reaching the stage when the nausea and lethargy subside and I gain a bit more energy.(5) The first half was marked by total lethargy and an almost complete lack of chances.(6) there was an air of lethargy about him(7) she might have sunk into a lethargy(8) During the day, if heating is set too high, it can induce lethargy , poor concentration and fatigue.(9) Better marketing techniques could help in overcoming this lethargy , and creating a bigger market, they point out.(10) I have sudden surges of energy and productivity, or lethargy and napping.(11) Feelings of lethargy and fatigue are creeping into my being.(12) The heat was swelling as the morning ticked on, filling the air with lethargy .(13) Some of the other side effects of the strong pain medications include confusion, lethargy and sleepiness.(14) However, today may be slow on the updates - there's a distinct air of lethargy about the place.(15) Symptoms include nausea, vomiting, lethargy and indifference.(16) periods of weakness and lethargy
2. inanition ::
3. lassitude ::
4. languor ::
1. vim ::
2. vitality ::
3. vivacity ::
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