(1) While there's no discernible forró influence in the dreamy 80s indie-guitar music of Fortaleza's Cidadão Instigado, they do take influence from popular local style brega, a 1970s and 80s Brazilian romantic pop music.
(2) I think, in all honestly, if I could be Bradley Whitford I would be very, very happy.” He becomes almost drawlingly dreamy, rolling his “r”s as he leans against the warm oolite cliffs of this Jurassic Coast, until rudely interrupted by me, asking whether there’s talk of a Broadchurch 3 .
(3) Debating issues such as unemployment benefits and the rehabilitation of prisoners, I was suddenly propelled into the role of standalone lefty whose views were brandished "dreamy" and "irrational".
(4) Jack is played with dreamy intensity and later (as the realities of criminal life begin to kick in) with steely resolve by LaBeouf, who must be able to sympathise with Jack's predicament.
(5) As she spoke, McAllister, leaning on a lectern sipping water, had the dreamy-eyed look of someone listening to a nightclub crooner.
(6) But Brief Encounter has survived such threats, because it is so well made, because Laura's voiceover narration is truly anguished and dreamy, because the music suckers all of us, and because Celia Johnson and Trevor Howard are perfect.
(7) Lunch had an effect on mood, with subjects feeling more lethargic, feeble, clumsy, muzzy, dreamy, bored and mentally slow after the meal.
(8) Besides the latter movement disorders, "dreamy state", episodic amnesia ("ictal" amnesia) and amnestic "black out" as transient memory disorders have been observed.
(9) Nitrous oxide produced a variety of subjective effects, including some that are characteristic of psychedelic drugs, such as happy, euphoric mood changes, changes in body awareness and image, alterations of time perception, and experiences of a dreamy, detached reverie state.
(10) Or the dreamy sex expert inspired by the time Demetriou swiped right on Tinder.
(11) Politics are just one element in a dreamy, flowing landscape with no clear boundaries.
(12) ADD-H children were more day-dreamy and lethargic by teacher report, more impaired in perceptual-motor speed, and had more anxiety disorders among their relatives than did ADD+H children.
(13) Memory troubles like dreamy-state are due to a simultaneous impairment of some neo-cortical areas and of Ammon's horn.
(14) But if the meaning was a little vague, the clothes were pretty, and played the good-guys in this dystopian vision, with butter-wouldn’t-melt artist-smock shapes in dreamy chambray and broderie anglaise.
(15) Pentazocine, 45 mg intramuscularly, caused deterioration in tracking performance and was followed by reports of depression, gloominess, dreaminess, nausea, and injection site pain.
(16) In many ways, Comfort feels like a night-time counterpart to last year's dreamy Playin' Me by Cooly G, another debut album from a cutting-edge London producer overlooked by the Mercury panel: this year's shortlist may feature more dance albums than ever, but it's evident that those in charge simply don't know where to look beyond those whose commercial success makes them unignorable (Rudimental, Disclosure), or those that offer polite, 6music-friendly takes on dancefloor innovations of eight years ago (Jon Hopkins).
(17) It induces euphoria, a feeling of pleasant dreaminess.
(18) Six years ago, this dreamy spot drew British couple Emma and Ben Heywood to what would become Villa Miela, an old stone house they converted into the base for their Undiscovered Montenegro activity holidays.
(19) I even had a dreamy doctor boyfriend – a mastectomy specialist, not a gynecologist like Jon Fielding – who was ultimately unnerved by my growing contempt for the closet.
(20) He transformed Montreal from a provincial town to a global city, with a combination of dreamy ideas and tough-mindedness.
(n.) A state of the body or mind which is caused by exhaustion of strength and characterized by a languid feeling; feebleness; lassitude; laxity.
(n.) Any enfeebling disease.
(n.) Listless indolence; dreaminess. Pope.
(1) (3) In the standing and sitting combined working group, "stiffness", "pain" and "languor" of waist were recognized complicatedly in the dentists experienced over 30 years, and their rates were in high degree.
(2) When mask-like facial expressions, demarche a petit pas, and languor in her lower extremities did not recur during the next menstruation, bromocriptine treatment was discontinued.
(3) The oppressive languor of the Russian summer becomes a guarantee that nothing can ever be resolved.
(4) Every scene is languorous, as if the director has created a reality for his actors, and then filmed it over five months.
(5) Partly this was a sense that society would go soft with success, or, like the Malays, surrender to the easy languor of the tropics.
(6) It is Gauguinesque in style, languorous rather than lascivious, more symbolist than sexual.
(7) Under Serra’s leadership, tens of thousands of Native Americans across Alta California, as the region was then known, were absorbed into Catholic missions – places said by one particularly rapturous myth-maker in the 19th century to be filled with “song, laughter, good food, beautiful languor, and mystical adoration of the Christ”.
(8) But there's an atmosphere here that lingers, without doubt; a languor that wraps itself around the listener deliciously and dangerously.
(9) The driver, a young man in a brown hoodie with a Cleopatra cigarette drooping from his lips, stared languorously at us through the window as we explained our request.
(10) Living it up in a dream of Italian aristocratic languor, the Twombly of the 60s was, in a sense, pursuing a classic American lifeplan – but by the same token, he was quite out of step with the American avant-garde.
(11) Her voice is languorous but punctuated by the odd harshly stressed word.
(12) Jones is dressed in a black flying suit and airman’s hat, and there are no signs of diva behaviour, unless you count the occasional coquettish eye-slide or languorous drawl.
(13) Directed by Spain's Fernando Trueba, it's a contemplative, languorous tale centred on a semi-retired sculptor (played by French screen veteran Jean Rochefort ) living in the Pyrenees during the second world war.
(14) She has a Rothmans cigarette constantly dangling languorously between her fingers (she once said of a potentially boring time in Kuwait: "I was politically conscious and a chain smoker - I needed no other diversions").
(15) It's shot in languorous, long takes, allowing you to absorb the intricacies of body language at your leisure, though with more composition and focus than something shot on handheld.
(16) (2) In the sitting working group, "stiffness", "pain" and "languor" of waist were recognized complicatedly.
(17) Still, I got more derision for liking the 19th-century-set film The House of Tolerance , about a Parisian bordello called L'Apollonide, where prostitutes provide wealthy men with languorous services.
(18) A black mop of shiny hair frames a face with a permanently furrowed brow, and yet there is something languorous about him.
(19) It arrived, characteristically, when least expected – just as the country was winding down with office Christmas parties ahead of the customary hazy summer languor of cricket, family gatherings and beach.
(20) After a while, languor spread to other parts of her body as well, and she was examined on April 5, 1991.