Main Entry: lang·uishy
Inflected Form(s): lang·uish·ier; -est
Etymology: Modern English,
1 a : to feel feeble, weak, or enervated b : to be or live in a state of depression or decreasing vitality
2 a : to become dispirited : PINE <languishing in prison> b : to suffer neglect <the bill languished in the Senate for eight months>
3 : to assume an expression of grief or emotion appealing for sympathy
Languishy Scott lounges around because he is so sad.