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Definition of languish:

  1. Act of pining; a soft and tender look.
  2. To become languid; to lose strength or animation; to become dull; to pine, droop, or wither; to look with tenderness or wistfulness.

Common misspellings for languish:

lanquish, langues, lenguish, langwish, langwich, languich, laguish.

Google Ngram Viewer results for languish:

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Examples of usage for languish:

  1. Smithson was, I think, a cycle agent; she was an openwork- stockinged, flirtatious little woman, for ever making eyes, and apparently under the impression that all conversation would languish unless she took the greater part of it upon herself. "The Debit Account" , Oliver Onions.
  2. The earth mourneth and fadeth away, the world languisheth and fadeth, the haughty people of the world do languish. "Psycho-Phone Messages" , Francis Grierson.

Rhymes for languish:

  1. anguish.

Idioms for languish:

  1. languish over sm or sth
  2. languish in
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