lazy


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Synonyms for lazy

Synonyms for lazy

resistant to exertion and activity

Synonyms for lazy

moving slowly and gently

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disinclined to work or exertion

References in classic literature ?
But the lazy girl answered, 'Do you think I am going to dirty my hands for you?
The lazy girl was delighted at this, and thought to herself, 'The gold will soon be mine.
So the lazy girl had to go home covered with pitch, and the cock on the well called out as she saw her:
You have grown abominably lazy, you like gossip, and waste time on frivolous things, you are contented to be petted and admired by silly people, instead of being loved and respected by wise ones.
He looked and then he smiled, as he could not well help doing, for it was capitally done, the long, lazy figure on the grass, with listless face, half-shut eyes, and one hand holding a cigar, from which came the little wreath of smoke that encircled the dreamer's head.
The pace at which they went, was such a very lazy, ill-looking saunter, that Oliver soon began to think his companions were going to deceive the old gentleman, by not going to work at all.
But Lena Lingard only laughed her lazy, good-natured laugh and rode on, gazing back over her shoulder at Ole's infuriated wife.
For some minutes I lie in lazy contemplation of the companionable fire.
In lazy wonder, I turn my head on the pillow, and look on the other side of my bed.
then I and every other soldier on the whole place are up and out in a minute, except uncle Thomas, who is most unaccountably lazy, I don't know why, but I have talked to him about it, and I reckon it will be better, now.
Lazy Dog: Deep House Music * Mixed by Ben Watt and Jay Hannan * Astralwerks
The UK software developer Lazy Software Ltd has raised GBP6m in financing, with the venture capital company Advent Venture Partners providing GBP3.
The fullback makes a lazy fake (or, usually, no fake at all) and fills in for the tight end, who has gone straight down the field.
The aim of lazy evaluation [Friedman and Wise 1976; Henderson and Morris 1976], which underlies lazy functional languages (e.
The lazy frog swam for a few minutes and then said to himself, "Why tire myself for nothing?