languescent

adjective
lan·​gues·​cent | \(ˈ)laŋ¦gwesᵊnt\

Definition of languescent 

: becoming languid or fatigued

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History and Etymology for languescent

Latin languescent-, languescens, present participle of languescere to become faint, inchoative of languēre to be faint

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