1. Languish definition is - to be or become feeble, weak, or enervated
2. How to use Languish in a sentence.
3. Languish definition, to be or become weak or feeble; droop; fade
4. To be or become weak or feeble; lose strength or vigor: crops Languishing from a lack of rain
Lose, Languishing, Lack
5. / ˈlæŋ.ɡwɪʃ / to exist in an unpleasant or unwanted situation, often for a long time: After Languishing in obscurity for many years, her early novels have recently been rediscovered
6. 14 synonyms of Languish from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 7 related words, definitions, and antonyms
7. Languish: to lose bodily strength or vigor.
8. Find 53 ways to say Languish, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
9. To Languish is to become pitiful or weak because you're sick, in love, or stuck somewhere
10. A prisoner might Languish in jail, longing for her freedom. Languish, like languid, is from the Latin word languere which means "to be weak or faint." Your houseplants might Languish in a dark dry corner.
Languish, Longing, Like, Languid, Latin, Languere
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14. Verb If someone Languishes somewhere, they are forced to remain and suffer in an unpleasant situation
15. Pollard continues to Languish in prison.
16. Languish (v.) early 14c., "fail in strength, exhibit signs of approaching death," from languiss-, present participle stem of Old French languir "be listless, pine, grieve, fall ill" (12c.), from Vulgar Latin *languire, from Latin languere "be weak or faint" (from PIE root *sleg-"be slack, be languid")
Languish, Languiss, Languir, Listless, Latin, Languire, Languere, Languid
17. Definition of Languish written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.
Languish, Language, Learners, Learner, Labels
18. See 5 authoritative translations of Languish in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.
19. Middle English (in the sense ‘become faint, feeble, or ill’): from Old French languiss-, lengthened stem of languir ‘Languish’, from a variant of Latin languere, related to laxus ‘loose, lax’.
Languiss, Lengthened, Languir, Languish, Latin, Languere, Laxus, Loose, Lax
20. To be or become weak or feeble; lose strength or vigor: crops Languishing from a lack of rain
Lose, Languishing, Lack
21. To exist or continue in miserable or disheartening conditions: Languished away in prison
22. To remain unattended or be neglected: legislation that continued to Languish in
23. Examples of Languish in a sentence Away from the sunlight, the plant will Languish and eventually die
24. 🔊 While I don’t normally enjoy being out in the sun, if I have to languish somewhere hot all day, I choose Hawaii
25. 🔊 When the judge sentences the murderer, I hope he gives him a lifetime to languish in prison
26. More than 40 million Indonesians Languish in unemployment, official data shows
27. Everywhere you look, beautiful, nubile young girls Languish on the arms of badly dressed, uglier, older men
28. Many bones then Languish in climate-controlled storage, on steel slabs like mortuaries, waiting once again.
29. Nouns for Languish include languid, languidness, languids, Languisher, Languishers, Languishing, Languishings, Languishment, Languishments, Languishness, languoid
Languish, Languid, Languidness, Languids, Languisher, Languishers, Languishing, Languishings, Languishment, Languishments, Languishness, Languoid
30. Lan‧guish /ˈlæŋɡwɪʃ/ verb [ intransitive] 1 if someone languishes somewhere, they are forced to remain in a place where they are unhappy Languish in Shaw Languished in jail for fifteen years
Lan, Lang, Languish, Languished
31. 2 if something Languishes, it fails to improve and develop or become successful → founder OPP flourish The housing market continues to Languish.
32. Languish Death-grind from Tucson, Arizona
33. [intransitive] Languish (in something) to be forced to stay somewhere or suffer something unpleasant for a long time
34. She continues to Languish in a foreign prison
35. Languish - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions
36. Principal Translations: Inglés: Español: Languish⇒ vi intransitive verb: Verb not taking a direct object--for example, "She jokes." "He has arrived." (sit longing for [sth]): languidecer⇒ vi verbo intransitivo: Verbo que no requiere de un objecto directo (Él no llegó", "corrí a casa").
Languish, Longing, Languidecer, Lleg
37. Synonyms for Languish in Free Thesaurus
38. 44 synonyms for Languish: decline, waste away, fade away, wither away, flag, weaken, wilt, sicken, waste away, suffer, rot, be abandoned, be neglected
39. What are synonyms for Languish?
40. We found 10 answers for “Languish”
41. This page shows answers to the clue Languish, followed by 5 definitions like “See Languishiment.”, “Fade become feeble” and “Lose vigor, health”.Synonyms for Languish are for example decay, fade away and get weaker.More synonyms …
Languish, Like, Languishiment, Lose
42. What does Languish mean? To be or become weak or feeble; lose strength or vigor
43. (verb) Crops Languishing from a lack of rain.
44. It's funny how much time do spend you have when you leave online medias and Languish aside! Logged I need a sig
Leave, Languish, Logged
45. The war Languished for want of supplies
46. Commerce, agriculture, manufactures Languish, not for want of money, but for want of good markets
47. To pine or sink under sorrow or any continued passion; as, a woman Languishes for the loss of her lover
Languishes, Loss, Lover
48. Therefore shall the land mourn, and every one that dwelleth therein shall Languish
49. Find 53 ways to say Languish, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
50. Pollard continues to Languish in prison
51. She continues to Languish in a foreign prison
52. The housing market continues to Languish
53. The children soon began to Languish in the heat
54. Large organisations Languish and
55. The Anguish Languish is an ersatz language constructed from similar-sounding English language words
56. Chace circa 1940, and he later collected his stories and poems in the book Anguish Languish (Prentice-Hall, 1956)
57. Dictionary entry overview: What does Languish mean? • Languish (verb) The verb Languish has 3 senses:
58. Become feeble Familiarity information: Languish used as a verb is uncommon.
59. Languish - Traduzione del vocabolo e dei suoi composti, e discussioni del forum.
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61. Languish is a central northern valley with Remnant structures on Elaaden
62. 1 Missions 2 Lore 2.1 Datapads 3 Gallery The following missions take place or are acquired in Languish: Priority Ops None Allies and Relationships Ryder Family Secrets Heleus Assignments Additional Tasks Salvage Team 13: "The Vagabonds" - Log 014
Lore, Languish, Log
63. Definition of Languish in the Definitions.net dictionary
64. What does Languish mean? Information and translations of Languish in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on …
65. Languish is a programming language created in 2018, which not only can resemble natural language, but can resemble any natural language you want (well, any natural language that uses the Latin alphabet; writing a Languish program in Chinese or Japanese is sadly not possible, yet)
Languish, Language, Latin
66. Languish is the sort of programming language in which:
67. [אָמַל] verb be weak, Languish (compare Arabic hope, expect)
68. Pu`lal Perfect אֻמְלַל Joel 1:10 +; אֻמְלְלָה Isaiah 33:9 +; אֻמְלְלוּ Jeremiah 14:2 etc.; — be or grow feeble, Languish; of loss of
Lal, Languish, Loss
69. Abiotic's "To Burgeon and Languish" from the album "Symbiosis"
70. How to say Languish in Spanish - Translation of Languish to Spanish by Nglish, comprehensive English – Spanish Dictionary, Translation and English learning by Britannica
71. Example sentences: older people, especially, were Languishing during the prolonged heat wave
72. Takes note of the fact that 15 of the parliamentarians concerned have now been released, but observes that 19 more continue to Languish in jail and that four of those freed have subsequently been taken into administrative detention; continues to fear that their rearrest following the failure of the negotiations regarding the release of Gilad Shalit and the simultaneous restriction of the
73. 'Very young, very scared': Migrant children Languish in US custody, lawyers say