And with it all there is a heavy sense of stagnancy, a dreary lifelessness.
There is remarkable equableness and stagnancy in the atmosphere up here, I think.
It belongs to the age of stagnancy and deadness, is vested in the old and decaying order, is doomed, and must die.'
Takes the advance, but is justified in it by the slowness, nay, by the stagnancy of the administration.
There were long periods of barrenness or stagnancy when Stephen could write nothing.
For they are a singular Nation, if stirred up from their stagnancy; and are much in earnest about this Spanish War.
The stagnancy has not dried up, but festers still in black rot below the rushes.