Noun(1) a state of motor and mental inactivity with a partial suspension of sensibility(2) inactivity resulting from lethargy and lack of vigor or energy
(1) Hasn't the Church always regained her strength in times of moral torpor by recalling the heights from which it has fallen?(2) During the spell of inertia that weaves around the village and the scorching heat which regularly topped 100 degrees we fell into a state of not unpleasant torpor .(3) This may also be due to the apathy, bordering on torpor , concerning most elements of conventional politics and theories of power.(4) The lizard refused everything and was slipping into torpor .(5) Behind the picture-book porticos, manicured lawns and mile-wide smiles lie anxiety, self-loathing and torpor .(6) But this is a guy who was lifted out of his generic teenage torpor only by endlessly listening to records, and who really believes music is the only reason for existing.(7) Where physical torpor leads, mental atrophy is sure to follow.(8) Practitioners of ├ö├ç├┐silent illumination├ö├ç├û came in for criticism on the account that their practice led to mere laziness and torpor .(9) The Young Patriot Essay Contest will be discontinued due to the indolence and torpor of the modern youth.(10) These are the defilements of sensuous desire, ill-will or anger, sloth and torpor , agitation and worry, and doubt.(11) Maybe the re-appearance of her beloved Quickos will finally drag her out of this sorry state of maudlin, mumbling, booze-addled torpor .(12) However, he markedly improves in his soft-spoken soliloquies, as he brings a genuine depth of feeling in conveying his domestic torpor .(13) The conventional view now is of an uneducated, largely illiterate proletariat sitting in moronic torpor until the beginnings of state education.(14) they veered between apathetic torpor and hysterical fanaticism(15) It remains to be seen whether the American populace will wake from their torpor , put down the remote, and do something.(16) That should keep people busy denouncing my moral torpor today!
1. lethargy ::
3. torpidness ::
1. concern ::
2. interest ::
3. regard ::
English to Welsh Dictionary: torpor
Meaning and definitions of torpor, translation in Welsh language for torpor with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of torpor in Welsh and in English language.
Tags for the entry "torpor"
What torpor means in Welsh, torpor meaning in Welsh, torpor definition, examples and pronunciation of torpor in Welsh language.