Synonyms for Lethargic:
dull, sleepy, thick-witted, blunt, dim, ponderous, sluggish, obtuse, dense, loutish, cloddish, soporific, doltish, stupefied, slow, apathetic, besotted, drowsy, comatose, bovine, boorish, benumbed.
Flagged, Wayworn, weary, tired, Frazzled, enervated, drowsy, sleepy, worn-out, exhausted, run down, sluggish, fatigued.
unemployed, unmoving, motionless, stationary, idle, dormant, inactive, sleepy, jobless, sedentary, Snail-paced, lifeless, still, unworking.
listless, sluggish, sedentary, still, static, stagnant, stationary, inanimate, apathetic, immobile, dormant, passive, inactive, paralytic, insensible, languorous, Reposing, indifferent, inert, catatonic, idle, lifeless, comatose, motionless, languid, vegetative.
•lazy, sluggish (adjective)
inert, comatose, apathetic, stolid, dopey, impassive, lackadaisical, indifferent, phlegmatic, torpid, drowsy, passive, sleepy, inactive, slow, idle, stupefied, listless, enervated, languorous, dull, slothful, languid, dormant.
tired, drooping, dopey, listless, drugged, lumpish, torpid, slothful, insensible, sluggish, lackadaisical, dull, languid, phlegmatic, lifeless, leisurely, slow, benumbed, leaden, apathetic, lazy, languorous, unhurried, indolent.
poky, dawdling, Loitering, creeping, dragging, Trudging, sluggish, leisurely, Delaying, plodding, slow, phlegmatic, slowpoke, crawling, lingering.
n.hebetudinous, action. unconcerned, detached, indifferent, feelings, uninterested, unresponsive, stolid, impassive, incurious. •lethargic (noun)
unergetic, logy, languorous, lackadaisical, listless, stuporous, dazed, dreamy, groggy, foggy, languid.
dozy, on your last legs, all in.
hebetudinous. uninterested, unresponsive, impassive, stolid, unconcerned. incurious. indifferent, detached. •Other relevant words:
impassive, indifferent, dozy, detached, uninterested, all in, dazed, foggy, dreamy, incurious, stuporous, stolid, groggy, action, unconcerned, unresponsive, feelings, hebetudinous, unergetic, logy.
Usage examples for lethargic
No one I think can doubt that much good was effected by the first preaching of Wesley and his disciples, for at that time our church was in a lethargic state, and the lower orders shamefully neglected in spiritual matters in many parts of England. – Christian Sects in the Nineteenth Century by Caroline Frances Cornwallis