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Spell check of lethargic

Correct spelling: lethargic

Synonyms:
bovine, lumpish, dense, jobless, languid, groggy, idle, unhurried, doltish, drooping, stuporous, dozy, sleepy, trudging, apathetic, thick-witted, dopey, obtuse, logy, indolent, lackadaisical, still, lingering, fatigued, delaying, unemployed, motionless, quiescent, tired, creeping, blunt, action, sedentary, enervated, soporific, torpid, insensible, leaden, weary, cloddish, comatose, dull, stationary, listless, unconcerned, slowpoke, inactive, run-down, slow, feelings, slothful, frazzled, benumbed, uninterested, passive, inert, snail-paced, unresponsive, vegetative, leisurely, impassive, detached, boorish, drowsy, incurious, all in, unworking, sluggish, reposing, lifeless, plodding, dazed, languorous, dreamy, worn-out, loutish, stupefied, crawling, foggy, exhausted, dormant, phlegmatic, hebetudinous, stagnant, wayworn, inanimate, stolid, besotted, ponderous, dragging, drugged, poky, unmoving, dawdling, lazy, loitering, paralytic, flagged, unergetic, catatonic, static, dim, indifferent, immobile.

Antonyms:
dynamic, vigorous, engaged, occupied, hardworking, diligent, peppy, lively, active, industrious, alert, unwearying, busy, zippy, brisk, high-energy, sprightly, animated, perky, springy, bouncing, rattling, snappy, merry, energetic, physical, assiduous, vivacious, indefatigable, working, driving, tireless, unflagging, sedulous, spirited, canty, vital, strenuous, spanking, kinetic.

Examples of usage:

1) A mob is lethargic, too willing to keep things as they are. - "The Instant of Now", Irving E. Cox, Jr..

2) She had ceased to feel anything now, but a dumb and even placid acquiescence in this lethargic existence, and Ralph Dacre was amply satisfied therewith. - "The Lamp in the Desert", Ethel M. Dell.

3) After some days in bed, comatose symptoms began to manifest themselves, and on January the seventh following, after having been lethargic for some days, Dr. O'Dwyer died. - "Makers of Modern Medicine", James J. Walsh.

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