lassitude


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Synonyms for lassitude

Synonyms for lassitude

Synonyms for lassitude

a state of comatose torpor (as found in sleeping sickness)

a feeling of lack of interest or energy

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weakness characterized by a lack of vitality or energy

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Through suffering severely from lassitude and general debility she found her work difficult to carry on, and has been compelled at different periods to stay away from business.
It is true that we Pakistanis are lassitude when it come to manage time.
He said: "There then descends upon you a blanket of such weariness, lassitude, depression, helplessness and hopelessness as I hope you will rarely experience.
There may be vomiting, salty saliva, lassitude, and a lack of thirst during the day.
A study published in the New England journal of Medicine found that people who "travel to terrestrial altitudes above 6,500 feet experience acute mountain sickness, a syndrome characterized by symptoms of headache, nausea, vomiting, anorexia, lassitude and sleep disturbance."
The hallmarks of HACE are encephalopathic symptoms and signs, including ataxic gait, severe lassitude, and progressive decline of mental function and consciousness (irritability, confusion, impaired mentation, drowsiness, stupor, and finally coma).
Days of heat and lassitude, and once thought also to be a time of disaster and strife.
Asquith and Winston Churchill receive similar rebukes, the former for lassitude, the latter for his restlessness and febrile, though ineffective, activity.
This lassitude is difficult to understand because nowadays data Accumulation, Comparison and Benchmarking are as easy as A-C-B.
While I, knackered from doing nothing, wallowed in lassitude she (bright and brimming with energy) took off to Latitude, a festival gathering of the Barbour and green welly brigade: middle class England's equivalent of Durham Miners' Gala, or Glastonbury without the mud.
In addition to general symptoms examined for other symptoms like headache, lassitude, myalgia, nausea, vomits, weight loss and observed for signs like rash (Haemorrhagic and non haemorrhagic), hepatosplenomegaly, neck stiffness, dehydration, lymph node enlargement.
N'apprehendes-tu pas le risque d'un effet de lassitude du lecteur avec des ecrit qui s'inspirent seulement de l'histoire de ta famille ?
The poor data could put the Bank of Japan (BoJ) under pressure to launch more stimulus, economists said, as the world's third largest economy struggles to rid itself of two decades of lassitude. The Cabinet Office said the economy expanded just 0.4 per cent in the October-December period from the previous quarter, down from an initial estimate of 0.6 per cent growth, with corporate capital investment shrinking.
Days later Klein, in lassitude, decides to visit a Mexican Indian pueblo where he had once lived for a summer.
Le fatigue se definit en jargon medical par "Asthenie" et qui signifie epuisement ou lassitude. Pour un medecin, la fatigue est la plainte medicale a la fois la plus importante et la plus difficile a cerner.