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 car owner said that he made several trips to the police station to lodge a complaint against the theft but the police continued to display their routine lethargy despite the availability of the footage.
FAISALABAD -- The police officers have taken action over delinquency, negligence and lethargy of police and suspended seven cops including six traffic wardens besides confiscating services of 17 others.
The federal government had handed over unfinished building to Works and Services Department of Sindh for its completion about six years ago but institution could not be completed as yet due to lethargy of provincial authorities concerned.
PERFORMANCEIndeed, the Judiciary has been put on the spot lately over alleged lethargy and non-responsiveness in hearing and determining cases quickly.
KARACHI -- Public sector hospitals of Sindh province have been facing acute shortage of life-saving medicines and disposal surgical instruments since past six months due to poor planning and lethargy of authorities concerned of Sindh Health Department.
"Awake from the lethargy of the sold politicians who, in the name of patriotism, implement the plan of the Slavs for the eviction of Albanians from their regions, projects similar to the former, but this time not through violence, but with perfidious forms of poverty and misery" says Adili.
It shows the lethargy of polio workers for their failure to give polio drops to all children.
Anti-freeze is poisonous to some animals and is known to cause a cruel death with symptoms including vomiting, lethargy and head-shaking, followed by coma and renal failure.
Speaking on the occasion, he reiterated his resolve to continue public service and issued warning against lethargy and negligence.
They said that the office has become a corruption hub due to officials' lethargy to perform duty 'without bribe.' They said that they have to deal with grade-4 officials first and then the clerks who, they added, are always lethargic to ensure solution to their complaints.
According to a senior official of the ECP, traditional lethargy on the part of the federal government and other institutions had forced the commission to invoke Article 220, which reads 'it shall be the duty of all executive authorities in the federation and in the provinces to assist the commissioner and the Election Commission in the discharge of his or their functions'.
A 20-year-old female double yellow-headed Amazon parrot (Amazona oratrix) was presented for a 1-month history of lethargy and weight loss despite a good appetite.
Clinical signs of illness tend to mimic that of other diseases in terms of acute vomiting, abdominal pain and lethargy so a specific diagnosis is often difficult to achieve.
Debilitating lethargy was the main symptom of his latest absence and he was only able to return in Northampton's final match of the season on May 7, making tomorrow's Test against Wales at Twickenham the second outing of his comeback.
Debilitating lethargy was the main symptom of his latest absence and he was only able to return in Northampton's final match of the season on May 7, making Sunday's Test against Wales at Twickenham the second outing of his comeback.