lackadaisical


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Synonyms for lackadaisical

Synonyms for lackadaisical

lacking energy and vitality or showing such a lack

Synonyms for lackadaisical

lacking spirit or liveliness

idle or indolent especially in a dreamy way

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a pipeline advisory company, notes the bulletin "raises the bar" for companies by cautioning against lackadaisical attention to details.
Thanks, once again, to Holby's fabulously lackadaisical Human Resources department, Guy is stunned to discover the professor who's coming on an exchange visit from the US, has been replaced, at the last minute, by Holby's former cosmetic surgery whizz.
Ferguson, "if we want to be serious about people who are being lackadaisical.
FOLLOWING several reports detailing the Delhi Development Authority's ( DDA) lackadaisical administration and unprofessional officials, Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung ( inset) on Wednesday ordered " restructuring" of the whole agency.
The Cameron family are said to be unimpressed with Larry's lackadaisical approach to mouse-catching and the PM is even considering slashing his benefits.
The industrials sector, which comprises aerospace and defense, is a uncommon bright spot in an lackadaisical mergers market, and represents the second-largest fee pool globally after telecommunications, media and technology.
But his initial lackadaisical approach to mousing duties led to speculation his days there could be numbered.
But the cat's initially lackadaisical approach to his mousing duties led to speculation that his days at No 10 could be numbered.
The 68-year-old Douglas is a schedule freak and an organized person, whereas his better half claims to be lackadaisical yet spontaneous and their differences help them maintain a healthy romance and compliment each other.
Media Contact: Jordan Maywood, The Lackadaisical Librocubicularist Podcast, maywood.
The Chester boss said: "The last time we had a bit of a break we came back and we were a bit lackadaisical so it will predominantly be a first-team squad.
Larry's apparently lackadaisical approach to his mousing duties since his arrival from Battersea Dogs and Cats Home had led to speculation his days at No 10 could be numbered, but his success yesterday may be enough to secure a reprieve.
It's another distressing sign of lackadaisical standards - Amanda Lockwood, 45, a librarian of Stockton I think it's part of a general shift; there's a trend in disappearing punctuation - even hyphens are disappearing - Max Harrison, 43, a classroom manager of Middlesbrough I don't think it will make much of a difference, and if it's so the internet address matches, I think that's good sense - Ian Oliver, 25, a post office worker of Longlands, Middlesbrough As a book shop they should be setting an example.
Live cricket Sky Sports 1, 11am ONE of the most entertaining themes of a pulsating first Test between England and India has been the tourists' lackadaisical fielding, writes James Milton.
When you have good days, you sometimes become lackadaisical.