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sluggish (adjective), more sluggish, most sluggish
1. A reference to a person who is habitually idle, lazy and inactive: Mary always feels sluggish in the morning, so she usually drinks a large glass of water and some coffee to wake up completely and to get moving!
2. Characteristic of something which is slow and indicates little motion: Inflation has been rising despite the sluggish economy.
3. Etymology: from Middle English slug, "slow moving" + -ish, "inclined to be".
Relating to lacking vigor and energy and slow moving.
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