lethargic


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deficient in alertness or activity

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The charity says that lead poisoning victims will be lethargic, unable to feed, suffer organ failure and ultimately die unless treated.
Burnley looked like maybe they had the greater desire for it in the first half and we looked lethargic.
A 1 percent climb in new jobs nationwide last year won't be enough to boost the lethargic housing market, according to a report from Local Market Monitor, a home price forecasting firm.
Similar to this year, the processing demand for frozen cuts is expected to stay somewhat lethargic in 2011, which in turn leaves sizable stocks at the end of the year at an estimated 208,000 MT, almost unchanged from the year beginning.
Swansea took the lead shortly after half-time as Jason Scotland took advantage of some lethargic defending to poke home, but Fulham laid siege in the last half hour and were rewarded with goals from Clint Dempsey and Bobby Zamora.
By the end she feels lethargic, is two stone heavier, and her blood pressure has rocketed.
Trouble is, this is a lumpen, lethargic set filled with support band sludge such the hideous rock-funk title track, weary blues Psycho Vertigo and lyrically cringe-making Loud.
29 when his mother brought him to Simi Valley Hospital because he was lethargic and unresponsive, police said.
Are we too unimaginative and spiritually lethargic to believe this?
on the relevance of the modern publishing industry, which is so creatively and ethically bankrupt that it must spoon pabulum like this to readers too lethargic and narcotized to care that they are being insulted.
Republicans and some Democrats want an income tax rollback, but the Democrat-dominated legislature is unlikely to cede revenues, since the state's economic recovery has been lethargic in comparison with the rest of the country.
In 1999, he noticed that troubled-looking young lobsters, with discolored shells and lethargic attitudes, usually lived alone.
Without a lot of salt, my training schedule makes me very lethargic.
This utilitarian, even somber, coloration, coupled with a support gently buckled into lethargic, arrhythmic waves, creates a visual calmness and uniformity that runs counter to the colorful, animated chaos of the drawings.