Antonyms of VIVACITY

Examples of usage:

  1. It will be seen how far the English poet's vivacity is from being extinguished by the pathos of the situation described by him. "Chaucer" by Adolphus William Ward
  2. She talked with her usual cheerfulness and vivacity. "Records of a Girlhood" by Frances Ann Kemble
  3. The rugged heights, the precipices, the torrents, the deep snow, rising many feet above their heads as they toiled through narrow passes that had been cut through it,- all are new to him, and are described with much vivacity. "Fletcher of Madeley" by Frederic W. Macdonald
  4. It is chiefly intelligence, judgment, wit, and vivacity that enable a man to converse; they give form to the conversation. "Essays of Schopenhauer" by Arthur Schopenhauer
  5. Although this festival is always kept with more vivacity at Albany than in York, it is far from being neglected, even now, in the latter place. "Satanstoe" by James Fenimore Cooper
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