Synonym: inactive, lackadaisical, lethargic, listless, poky, slow-moving. Similar words: debugging, jogging, suggest, register, suggestion, struggle for, legislator, legislative. Meaning: ['slʌgɪʃ] adj. 1. with little movement; very slow 2. (of business) not active or brisk 3. slow and apathetic.
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1 Alex woke late feeling tired and sluggish.
2 A heavy lunch makes me sluggish in the afternoon.
3 This humid heat makes you feel rather sluggish.
4 He felt very heavy and sluggish after the meal.
5 Economic recovery has so far been sluggish.
6 The economy remains sluggish.
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8 Circulation is much more sluggish in the feet than in the hands.
9 The housing market has been very sluggish these past few years.
10 The Toyota was sluggish and balky.
11 The car had been sluggish all morning.
12 The salvagers even dove up the sluggish conch.
13 The Roman response was at first somewhat sluggish.
14 The kind of symptoms; sluggish cars and poor performance.
15 Chrysler cited excess inventories, which reflect sluggish sales.
16 The Basques' progress towards autonomy was sluggish.
17 The lever is light but almost sluggish in its return to the neutral position.
18 However, Greenspan reasoned that the economy was less sluggish in January and February than it was at the end of 2000.
19 The car was sluggish, as if his thoughts had seeped into the car through his hands.
20 The company said sluggish demand from retailers has hurt its profit margins.
21 The guard said he has played a little sluggish because of the flu and an ankle sprain he suffered two weeks ago.
22 As such, they are less sluggish than the average band.
23 The car felt sluggish as we drove up the hill.
24 If I were the president of a university I should establish a compulsory course in "How to Use Your Eyes". The professor would try to show his pupils how they could add joy to their lives by really seeing what passes unnoticed before them. He would try to awake their dormant and sluggish faculties.
25 Something is wrong with the car - the engine feels a bit sluggish.
26 Statistics paint a sobering picture — unemployment, tight credit, lower home values, sluggish job growth.
27 The growth of the export market has helped to compensate for sluggish demand at home.
28 Pascoe stood in the shower for twenty minutes, but still felt sluggish with sleep.
29 But many critics claim the policy of a strong currency has decisively contributed to sluggish growth and record unemployment in both countries.
30 Concern about other computer companies' profits made for a summer of sluggish gains.
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