Definition of languor :
1. A state of the body or mind which is caused by exhaustion of strength and characterized by a languid feeling; feebleness; lassitude; laxity.
2. Any enfeebling disease.
3. Listless indolence; dreaminess. Pope.
impassivity, inanition, unemotionality, mat, lustrelessness, matte, flatness, slackness, sputum, phlegm, stupor, stolidity, lusterlessness, lassitude, torpidity, matt, languidness, indifference, torpidness, dreaminess, action, hebetude, leadenness, two-dimensionality, emotionlessness, planeness, impassiveness
inertness (part of speech: noun)
inertness, stillness, motionlessness, lethargy, reposefulness, idleness, apathy, lifelessness, immobility, catatonia, listlessness, dormancy, inactivity, coma, passivity, sluggishness, stagnancy, hibernation, paralysis, insensibility, inanimation
motionlessness (part of speech: noun)
lethargy (part of speech: noun)
- " I beg you to believe, grandfather, that I don't wish to ride her," said Eloise, her customary languor of manner gone and her voice hard. - "Jewel A Chapter In Her Life", Clara Louise Burnham.
- Awake and at work, without drowsiness, without languor, and without gloom, the night mind of man is yet not his day mind; he has night- powers of feeling which are at their highest in dreams, but are night's as well as sleep's. - "Essays", Alice Meynell.
- His languor left him, as his gaze fell on Sally again, and his spirits revived somewhat. - "The Adventures of Sally", P. G. Wodehouse.