Examples from the Web for languorously
He bunches himself up tightly, one leg entwined over the other, with the crossed leg dangling, limply, languorously.
Languorously she leaned back among the cushions of the sofa.The Title Market|Emily Post
Once when the wind was soft and scented I heard the south calling, and sailed endlessly and languorously under strange stars.Writings in the United Amateur, 1915-1922|Howard Phillips Lovecraft
"I am in an awfully nice bar in Maritzburg," she told him languorously.Poppy|Cynthia Stockley
British Dictionary definitions for languorously
Word Origin and History for languorously
late 15c., "mournful," from Old French langoros (11c.), from langor (see languor). Meaning "suggestive of languor" is from 1821. Related: Languorously; languorousness.