Lassitude

Antonyms of LASSITUDE

Examples of usage:

  1. If her lassitude continued many days longer, then, he told his wife, he would have something to say to her. "Eunice" by Margaret Murray Robertson
  2. But now, as his mind grew clearer, he realised that some accident must have occurred to induce this pain and lassitude that made him lie like a log with throbbing head and powerless limbs. "The Shadow of the East" by E. M. Hull
  3. Always these four walls, that little bed, this wasting weary lassitude, this gnawing, throbbing pain, no pony, no running, no shouting, no sense of vigour and health ever again, and perhaps- that terrible perhaps, which made Alfred's very flesh quail, he would not think of; and to drive it away, he found some fresh toil to require of the sister who could not content him, toil as she would. "Friarswood Post-Office" by Charlotte M. Yonge

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