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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlistlesslist‧less /ˈlɪstləs/ adjective  TIREDfeeling tired and not interested in things The heat was making me listless.listlessly adverblistlessness noun [uncountable]
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listlessHer performance was dull and listless.He completely lost interest in feeding and became very listless.Weary unto death, listless and depressed, Morvael abdicated by walking into the sacred flame of Asuryan.It was the peace of death and sorrow, in a land weary of war, and made listless by loss.She had been pale, listless, disaffected and Katherine was stricken by remorse.The appeal fell on listless ears.For a couple of hours they played a listless game of Scrabble in front of the fireplace.The last few years of my mother's life she was tired and listless most of the time.Tim is listless on the job and keeps making dumb mistakes.She had to keep thinking up new ways to hold the attention of her listless pupils.If Upper Gumtree proved listless, so much the better for Flokati's chances.
From Longman Business Dictionarylistlesslist‧less /ˈlɪstləs/ adjectiveECONOMICS if an economy, trading etc is listless, there is very little growth or tradeThe markets have been listless since August.
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