At length, being tired of an indolent life, I opened a school, which succeeded very well, when I was forced to relinquish it, owing to my ill state of health the confinement and severity of the weather brought on a languishing complaint, which would have terminated in my death had I persisted in continuing in my present employment. "Narrative of a Voyage to India; of a Shipwreck on board the Lady Castlereagh; and a Description of New South Wales" by W. B. Cramp
And yet the hot sand of the desert, and the cool of the night, and the occasional patch of miserable, languishing green, with the little kindly spring in the camel- trodden oasis, seemed all so delightful in the past life that one was quite content, never suspecting the existence of better things. "Mr. Isaacs" by F. Marion Crawford
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to lose bodily strength or vigor <older people, especially, were languishing
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Synonyms and antonyms for languish. 1. languish (v.) lose vigor, health, or flesh,
as through grief. Synonyms: waste,; weaken,; pine away. Antonyms: strengthen ...