adjective in·si·ti·tious \¦in(t)sə¦tishəs\

Definition of insititious

  1. :  constituting an insertion :  interpolated

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Origin and Etymology of insititious

Latin insiticius, from insitus, past participle of inserere to engraft, from in- 2in- + serere to plant, sow — more at sow

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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