lethargically and nonchalantly we drew away from the restaurant.
While she sat there she was always thinking, but vaguely, slowly, lethargically.
lethargically he got up, put a coal or two on the fire, and went down to change.
The road lay before him long and bare, and lethargically he took it.
“But I got the boat off in time,” Eve repeated, lethargically.
On his face, in mild degree, was depicted sensuous pleasure as he lethargically scratched his ribs with his one hand.
The young librarian did so, lethargically, and the lady and the Prophet began to move slowly into the street.
The applause continued persistently, but, so at least it must have seemed to English ears, lethargically.