languidness


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The symptoms of bacterial meningitis include languidness, fever and an inability to move one's neck in a certain direction.
The symptoms of bacterial meningitis includes a sense of languidness, fever and inability to move one's neck in a certain direction.
Ornateness, languidness, verbosity, circuitousness--these do more than steal the show; they ruin it.
The busy strings that undercut ``Angel'' or the cluttered languidness of ``I Love You,'' for instance, taint otherwise wrenching songs.
The symptoms on the checklist are not apparently psychological in nature and were extracted from the Cohen-Hoberman Inventory of Physical Symptoms (Cohen & Hoberman, 1983) and the Pennebaker Inventory of Limbic Languidness (Pennebaker, 1982).