Definition of sluggishness in English:


Pronunciation /ˈsləɡiSHnəs/ /ˈsləɡɪʃnəs/

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‘But sometimes fatigue and sluggishness are caused by an underactive thyroid and these external forces simply exacerbate an already stressed thyroid gland.’
  • ‘Earth's mass, moreover, measures Earth's inertia or sluggishness if we tried to stop or change its movement through space.’
  • ‘Stopping caffeine suddenly, however, can cause sluggishness, fatigue, headache and grumpiness.’
  • ‘Blood pudding and blood sausage are folk treatments for fatigue and sluggishness.’
  • ‘In his public letter of resignation he accused the council and the mayor of inefficiency in the levying of taxes, and of sluggishness in the carrying out of development projects.’