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1 a complete depletion of energy or strength
  • our lassitude was such that we couldn't even be bothered to get more soda from the fridge

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2 physical or mental inertness
  • hot, humid summer days marked by lassitude and a wish to do nothing but sit in the air conditioning

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lethargy, languor, lassitude, stupor, torpor mean physical or mental inertness. lethargy implies such drowsiness or aversion to activity as is induced by disease, injury, or drugs. months of lethargy followed my accident languor suggests inertia induced by an enervating climate or illness or love. languor induced by a tropical vacation lassitude stresses listlessness or indifference resulting from fatigue or poor health. a depression marked by lassitude stupor implies a deadening of the mind and senses by shock, narcotics, or intoxicants. lapsed into an alcoholic stupor torpor implies a state of suspended animation as of hibernating animals but may suggest merely extreme sluggishness. a once alert mind now in a torpor

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The first known use of lassitude was in the 15th century

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“Lassitude.” Thesaurus, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 26 May. 2020.

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