Webster 1913 Edition
languereto be faint or languid: cf. F.
Drooping or flagging from exhaustion; indisposed to exertion; without animation; weak; weary; heavy; dull.“ Languid, powerless limbs. ”
languidsouls with Cato’s virtue.
Slow in progress; tardy.“ No motion so swift or languid.”
Promoting or indicating weakness or heaviness;
Feebly she laugheth in the–
Webster 1828 Edition
1.Flagging; drooping; hence, feeble; weak; heavy; dull; indisposed to exertion. The body is languid after excessive action, which exhausts its powers.
2.Slow; as languid motion.
3.Dull; heartless; without animation.
And fire their languid soul with Cato's virtue.