phlegm, laxity, lassitude, sluggishness, laxness, languor, collapse, slackness, exhaustion, fatigue, malnutrition, starvation, listlessness, slack, remissness, flatness, lethargy.
As Conward's guest he could not quarrel, and his fear of over- stepping the mark if he engaged in discussion induced a silence which might easily have been mistaken for mental inanition.
These festivities, however, died of inanition.
Do they merely perish of inanition
in the presence of an unaccustomed food, which revolts their appetite, or are they poisoned by the small quantity of honey absorbed with the early mouthfuls?