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Synonyms for slacker

a person who shirks his work or duty (especially one who tries to evade military service in wartime)

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Slackers don't goof off nearly as much when they know the other group members personally.
The slackers considered this and replied: "We have to dip it in water as well?
Caffeine turned workers into slackers but didn't make slackers work harder.
Slackers are adequate performers, doing what his or her manager tells them to complete, nothing more or nothing less.
Viva Brother Radio is now available for free in Slacker Radio's Artist Showcase section.
Office Space IRONICALLY, Mike 'Beavis and Butthead' Judge's '99 slacker comedy died a death at the box office because no one could be bothered to go see it.
They can either be a player or a slacker, the guy who never even tries to save face.
The success of slacker films like Wake Up Sidand Rocket Singh has been driven by GenNow's changing idea of achievement
Thanks to the Great American Music Hall, all the bartenders, Rancid, Bad Shit, the Slackers, DVS, Matix, Almost, and Dwindle Dist.
Bill O'Reilly likes to call viewers of "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" and "The Colbert Report" stoners and slackers.
Doing Nothing: A History Of Loafers, Loungers, Slackers, And Bums In America by Tom Lutz is the true story of the American anti-work ethic from Benjamin Franklin's "air baths" to Jack Kerouac's dharma bums to the notorious slackers of Generation X to doctors declaring the medical problems of overwork and much more.
DAVID CHARTERS'S interview with author Steve McKevitt about the notion of City Slackers (Daily Post, May 30) prompted quite a response this week.
The following themes characterize what our students did not like about group work: (1) time conflicts, (2) slackers, (3) fear of slackers, (4) tear of being labeled a slacker, (5) interpersonal conflicts, and (6) the "only-child" syndrome.
Well, he's interested in slackers, so to speak," Kau said.
And then, all of a sudden--faster than Jennifer Anniston's "Friends" character could quit the coffee shop and move up to a pay scale commensurate with all that Pottery Barn furniture in her apartment--the slackers had disappeared.