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His languid rhythms and floating, world-weary vocals revolve around virtuoso oud flights.
My mid-morning snack cost about three dollars, a delicious if atypical meal for an incredibly hot and languid summer day.
It seems my days of languid train rides have somewhat halted for now.
Far away from visions of languid soups, these churning environments are the current best guess for the site of life's hatchery.
The tension builds slowly, through languid takes and steady framing, as strong emotions simmer below the surface.
Forget predictable aerobic routines and languid pedicure sessions.
Their songs are organic and languid, and stretch into curious, moody washes.
His notes are neither languid nor forced, but remarkably varied and spontaneous.
And if there is a mood conveyed, the mood could have been equally as well conveyed by other lines equally languid of rhythm.
Another, the languid downpour, floods the streets and leaves rainbows hanging in the distance.
But he views the whole idea of romance with languid acquiescence and contempt.
Languid humpback whale, you ease through the tranquil currents.

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