Definition of Languishingly

1. adv. In a languishing manner.



Definition of Languishingly

1. Adverb. In a languishing manner. ¹

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Definition of Languishingly

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Languishingly

langues
languet
languets
languette
languettes
languid
languidly
languidness
languidnesses
languish
languished
languisher
languishers
languishes
languishing
languishingly (current term)
languishment
languishments
languishness
languisht
languor
languorous
languorously
languorousness
languors
languour
languourous
languours
langur
langure

Literary usage of Languishingly

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1. Literary Memoirs of the Nineteenth Century by George Edward Woodberry (1921)
"In London, during the years just before the Reform Bill, this species of the higher etiquette was languishingly romantic, as later it was languishingly ..."

2. The Prophecies of Isaiah: A New Translation with Commentary and Appendices by Thomas Kelly Cheyne (1884)
"u Like a swift, (like) a crane, did I scream ; I did moan like a dove ; mine eyes " looked languishingly towards the height" ; Jehovah, °be careful for me,0 ..."

3. Fleming and Tibbins -- Abridged: A New and Complete French and English and by Charles Fleming, J. Tibbins, Charles Picot, Judah Dobson (1852)
"... lán-^I-sa-mán, ad. languishingly. < [languishing, sickly. Languissant, e, lán-^lsán, sant, av Lanice, la-nip, a. flocks of wool. ..."

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