From Merriam-Webster Dictionary
of, relating to, or characterized by laziness or lack of energy :
feeling or affected by lethargy : sluggish
Ex 1. Today, after flying to the West Coast from the East Coast for a day, I’m feeling lethargic.
Ex 2. To his parents, the boy acted lethargic about his new computer, but inwardly he was thrilled.
True story: I didn’t know what this word meant until my freshman year of college. I mispronounced it, too.
Pronunciation: \ˌhō-mə-ˈjē-nē-əs, -nyəs\
1 : of the same or a similar kind or nature 2 : of structure or composition throughout
Example: With our diverse ethnic populations, food in San Francisco is anything but homogeneous.
This word applies to me. I am loquacious – aka chatty, gabby, talks too much.
[loh-kwey-shuhs] Show IPA
1. talking or tending to talk much or freely; talkative; chattering; babbling; garrulous: a loquacious dinner guest.
EXAMPLE: I always end up talking to the most loquacious person in the room. Or more correctly, I have them talk at me since I can’t get a word in.