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a self-indulgent person who spends time avoiding work or other useful activity

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But Mimi, Even Chatsworth's drunkest layabout Frank Gallagher couldn't ruin the big day, the series finale on October 25.
The actor was sacked from his pounds 120,000-a-year role as layabout Les Battersby after a booze and racism scandal last year.
The 53-year-old actor, who plays layabout Les Battersby in the hit ITV1 show, suffered chest pains while performing a scene at the Granada studios yesterday morning.
WHEN an old school chum goes missing, layabout Lance Bradley is persuaded by his family to make a few inquiries.
A public relations professional, Helen (Paltrow) loses her job one morning and, after taking the London subway home, catches her layabout novelist boyfriend, Gerry (John Lynch), making love to his supposedly ex-girlfriend, Lydia (Jeanne Tripplehorn).
A thirtysomething layabout moves in with his newlywed best friend who soon regrets his offer of hospitality.
Why should hard-working people hand over what they have worked for, just so some layabout can buy drugs?
Andy Capp is a musical journey through the life, loves traumas, headaches and laughs of the famous little cartoon layabout, made famous by Reg Smythe.
With Jason away on a job in Leeds, layabout love rat Karl tries to worm his way back into the Price family and then makes a grab for his ex Stella (above).
now Andy Capp, Britain's favourite layabout stars in his first full colour annual.
50pm Stars Matthew McConaughey as Trip, a 35-year-old layabout happy to stay at home where he's waited on hand and foot by his mum Sue (Kathy Bates).
So what if Joe's a layabout who wears a striped shirt and says "my arse" a lot?
The film, called Stitched, tells the story of an iron-fisted truant officer and an unemployable layabout, who is plotting the downfall of the council worker.
He plays a DJ called Scouse Mouse who fronts a pop festival held on the dodgy Chatsworth estate - home of layabout Frank Gallagher (David Threlfall).
Bill Tarmey, who has played the Corrie layabout since 1979, is looking for work after filming Jack's death last month.