Lethargy is a state of tiredness, weariness, fatigue, or lack of energy. It can be
accompanied by depression, decreased motivation, or apathy. Lethargy can be a
Lethargic definition, of, relating to, or affected with lethargy; drowsy; sluggish;
apathetic. See more.
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When you feel lethargic, you're sluggish or lacking energy. Being sleepy or
hungry can make anyone lethargic.
The definition of lethargic is being sluggish or having little energy. An example of
lethargic is a person who refuses to walk up one flight of stairs and takes the ...
lethargy (n.) Look up lethargy at Dictionary.com: late 14c., litarge, "state of
prolonged torpor or inactivity, inertness of body or mind," from Medieval Latin
affected by lethargy; sluggish and apathetic Meaning, pronunciation, example
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translation, English dictionary definition of lethargic. adj. Of, causing, or
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late 14c., litargik, "morbidly drowsy, manifesting lethargy," from Latin ... In 17c.
also with a verb form, lethargize, and a noun, letharge "lethargic patient." ...
From Ancient Greek ληθαργικός (lēthargikós), from λήθαργος (lḗthargos, “
forgetful, lethargic”), from λήθη (lḗthē, “a forgetting, forgetfulness”) (from which