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Difference between Languid, Limp and Limpid

Languid means lacking energy or vitality.

  • With languid waves of the hand, they said their goodbyes.

Limp, as an adjective, means lacking in stiffness.

  • The limp lettuce ruined the chef’s salad.

Limpid means crystal clear.

  • Limpid streams are found in this mountainous area.