Vocabulary: torpor – too lethargic to look it up


Title: Last Call
Author: Daniel Okrent
Sentence: In state courts the prosecution of local ordinances and statutes took on one of two humors—either a vigor that outshone federal efforts or something close to torpor.
Page: 255

Word: torpor
Definition:
  • sluggish inactivity or inertia.
  • lethargic indifference; apathy.
  • a state of suspended physical powers and activities.
  • dormancy, as of a hibernating animal.
   Source: Dictionary.com

I need to get motivated out of my torpor.

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