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1. To his delight a familiar, tall, languid figure lowered itself down the steps of a club.
2. He greeted Charles with a languid wave of his hand.
3. We spent a languid afternoon by the pool.
4. His languid manner annoys me when there's work to be done.
5. The sergeant took a languid drag at his cigarette.Sentencedict.com
6. Slowly: he felt pleasantly languid, a shade hungover still.
7. To feel cool on those steamy, languid summer days ahead, it helps to look cool.
8. She found him physically attractive, but his languid, elegant and mannered demeanour irritated her.
9. His attitude to those languid undergraduates at Bridget's party, and to writers, was not a conventionally masculine one.
10. This beautiful tortoiseshell stretched, licked a languid paw and sat up.
11. Another couple began turning languid circles on the tiny dance floor.
12. The slow, languid monologue was followed by yips, then by barks, and more howls.
13. His searching mouth made a languid foray to the silky disorder of her blouse, nudging aside the filmy material.
14. He cultivates a dandified image and languid manner.
15. The illness made him feel languid.
16. Miss Keelder's eyes were lively and Miss Helstone's languid.
17. De Craye was languid over the question.
18. He speaks with a languid drawl.
19. Her siege of illness left her languid and pallid.
20. In a languid manner he designed to infuriate.
21. His wife was shrill, languid, handsome and horrible.
22. His languid gaze says more than I can tell.
23. They sat in Germaine Rocher's salon watching the languid mannequins preen and simper.
24. But what may have been problematic to the feet was pure pleasure to the ear, more languid song than lilting dance.
25. Above them, a small incense burner gives off a languid and heavy, musky scent.
26. Even Bert was not in his cubbyhole, but Flossie was and gave a languid thump of her tail.
27. Sunlight came into the room, slanting across the boards in languid diamonds.
28. The air that came fragrantly to his brow revived his languid senses.
29. It plays tag with the wind. September is a changeling busy as a squirrel in a hickory tree, idle as a languid brook.
30. Marianne fixed her eyes on her with a rational, though languid, gaze.
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