Meaning of listlessness in English:

listlessness

Pronunciation /ˈlɪstləsnəs/

Translate listlessness into Spanish

noun

See listless

‘Everyone seems to be eaten up by laziness and listlessness.’
  • ‘But can't we have a little listlessness in our lives, some sloth, a dollop or two of drowsiness?’
  • ‘And now there is this sense of listlessness, this lack of initiative and disorientation, now that no one is giving orders.’
  • ‘This protects iron stores for the other functions, but weakness and listlessness or intellectual decline have been attributed to lack of iron for the brain, especially in children.’
  • ‘While it can be effectively treated with antibiotics, depression and listlessness can persist for some time.’