weariness (part of speech: noun)
exhaustion, weariness, listlessness, fatigue, tedium, depression, apathy, feebleness, droopiness, blues, footsoreness, cheerlessness, drowsiness, boredom, sleepiness, tiredness, weakness, debilitation, over-weariness, faintness, ennui
- The enema has also been wrongly accused of causing a gradual loss of colon muscle tone, eventually preventing bowel movements without the stimulation of an enema, leading finally to flaccidity and enlargement of the lower bowel. - "How and When to Be Your Own Doctor", Dr. Isabelle A. Moser with Steve Solomon.
- In some curious lines preserved by Suetonius, Julius Caesar expresses a criticism, which we shall find it hard to improve, on the " halved Menander," to whom his own fastidious purity in the use of language, no less than his tact and courtesy as a man of the world, attracted him strongly, while not blinding him to the weakness and flaccidity of the Terentian drama. - "Latin Literature", J. W. Mackail.
- The creaky bed, the unvarnished walls, and the rusty alarm clock, that ticked insistently, all added to the sense of flaccidity. - "The Best Short Stories of 1921 and the Yearbook of the American Short Story", Various.