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flaccid

[′flas·əd or ′flak·səd]
(botany)
Deficient in turgor.
(physiology)
Soft, flabby, or relaxed.
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Mandel-Campbell blames what she sees as a national trait of flaccidness, with Canadians being unwilling to seek trade and to make foreign investments.
Indecisive political leadership reinforces the native flaccidness.
But the ease of his writing can deteriorate into flaccidness and a dependency on stock jokes and situations, supplemented by reams of rote sentimental chatter.