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Dilatory
adj.
tending to or intended to delay
Languid
adj.
Lacking energy, spirit, of force;slow
Lethargy
n.
A severe lack of energy and enthusiasm, apathy and inactivity
Melancholy
n.
Deep sadness or depression;gloom
Quiescence
adj.
Being still, quiet or inactive
Repose
n.
rest, relaxation or peacefulness
v.
To lie down, to rest
Sloth
n.
Laziness, avoiding work or effort
Somnambulate
v.
To sleepwalk
Soporific
adj.
Causing or tending to cause sleep
n.
A medicine that causes sleep
Stupor
n.
A confused condition of reduced consciousness, often brought on by shock or illness, a daze
Animosity
n.
Bitter, hostility, open hatred
Repugnose
n.
Extreme, dislike, digust
Abhor
v.
To hate intensely, to detest
Affinity
n.
a natural attraction or liking, feeling of kinship
Ardent
adj.
Passionate, showing strong enthusiasm or devotion
Disdain
v. To regard or treat with contempt or scorn, to despise
n.
Scorn, contempt
Enamor
v.
To inspire with love, to captivate
Estrange
v.
To destroy affection friendliness, to alienate to make hostile
Kudos
n.
Praise for exceptional achievement
Pejorative
adj.
disrespectful, insulting,belittling