1. lose vigor, health, or flesh, as through grief;
2. have a desire for something or someone who is not present;
3. become feeble;
Judah mourns, her cities languish ; they for the land , and a cry goes up from Jerusalem.
What achievements can not be said, what of it languish, the daily live without substantial simple.
Chicken sales are down at markets and restaurants, and caged birds languish unsold in pet shops.
Judah mourns, her cities languish ; they wail for the land a cry goes up from Jerusalem.
The children soon began to languish in the heat.
In the Tower of London, prisoners used to languish in chains, cold, and darkness.
Archimonde : Your soul will languish for eternity.
Yet expectations for Dell are largely unchanged, and its shares languish well below last year's levels.
All have continued to languish at or near the bottom of the pile.
No longer do small country auction houses have to languish in obscurity.
Many educators say parents should crack down on their teenagers'jobs if grades start to languish.
Study no regrets ! Consumers have for the Iraqi languish.
Interns can pitch in to support projects that might otherwise languish on a back burner.
I am on business trip once more . E 83.6369, N 41.9857, the busy complexion let me languish.
New inventions often languish in the laboratory for years.
New products languish on the drawing board.
She continues to languish in a foreign prison.
No one knows for certain how many refugees wander the world today, or languish in camps without a permanent place of settlement.
Pollard continues to languish in prison.
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