Marie of Romania (miss_daizy) wrote in 1word1day,
Marie of Romania

heb·e·tude   [heb-i-tood, -tyood]

the state of being dull; lethargy.


1615–25; from Late Latin hebetd, from Latin hebes, hebet, dull.

—Related forms
heb·e·tu·di·nous, adjective


Plauged by hebetude brought on by too much barbeque and too much heat, I've been lax about searching for new and interesting words this week. I hope this one will suffice to sustain your interest.

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