lethargy


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Synonyms for lethargy

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

weakness characterized by a lack of vitality or energy

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The official had cited the delay in the process involving the president's assent to the law allowing the conduct of delimitation on the basis of provisional census results as a classic example of traditional lethargy, saying that they 'cannot afford to waste even a single day now' as sufficient time had already been wasted in getting the election bill passed from the Senate after its passage by the National Assembly and it was not possible to amend the already squeezed timelines for delimitation, revision of electoral rolls and other related activities.
My patient presented very ill following an unexplained and severe episode of vomiting and had severe and prolonged inappetance and lethargy with no specific abnormalities found on an intensive diagnostic work up.
Sadly, lethargy and political correctness undermine that giant leap forward today.
Katerina Blazevska comments for Dnevnik that the end of the summer lethargy and the entry into the autumn routine is regularly welcomed by us as in the story about the grasshopper and the ant.
Making investments in the stock market by pension companies, modifications to the tax treatment of investments in stocks and bonds, stock market privatization, etc, are some of the measures that the management of the Macedonian stock exchange proposes for getting out of the lethargy.
The damp British climate means that the pollen season is followed by the mould spore and yeast season, prolonging symptoms like sneezing, itchy eyes, runny noses and a general feeling of lethargy.
General lethargy, weakness, muscle aches, headache, and low-grade fever may occur.
Summary: The small informal meeting on the Sahara issue, held on August 10-11 in Austria, aimed at shaking the process of negotiations out of lethargy and promoting the spirit of consensus and realism, away from the media, Moroccan Foreign Minister, Taib Fassi Fihri, said.
They are: disinterest, lethargy and yawning, followed by a feeling that one doesn't want to go on living a moment longer.
The former France captain has spent the last two months in rest and recuperation but he is still suffering from periods of lethargy - he described them as "lows" - that are related to the concussion.
He hopes Albion will continue their winning run but not at the expense of losing players to lethargy or injury.
A cat that brushes against a lily can get pollen on their fur and when they clean themselves they can ingest toxic plant material that within a few hours can cause vomiting, lethargy or a lack of appetite.
Symptoms of toxicity include seizures, vomiting, stumbling and lethargy leading to kidney failure.
Among other things, "the weight loss and subsequent thinness, pallor, and lethargy caused by tuberculosis were all desirable attributes of the upper classes at the time.
In fact, this lackluster board member has actively resisted the empowerment of community members and has sought to squash the charter-school movement that the district's lethargy inspired.