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No, no, he was astonished at this lassitude, and said to my mother, who laughed at him,
Notwithstanding the lassitude and fatigue which oppressed him now, in common with his two companions, and indeed with all who had taken an active share in that night's work, Hugh's boisterous merriment broke out afresh whenever he looked at Simon Tappertit, and vented itself--much to that gentleman's indignation--in such shouts of laughter as bade fair to bring the watch upon them, and involve them in a skirmish, to which in their present worn-out condition they might prove by no means equal.
It was a day of lassitude too, hot and close, with, I am told, a rapidly fluctuating barometer.
However, on Saturday morning, Kennedy, as he awoke, complained of lassitude and feverish chills.
He gave an impression of lassitude, and his nickname was eminently appropriate.