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Synonyms for goldbricking

the evasion of work or duty

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Obviously, Jamel Gharbi is struggling to find solutions to disadvantaged regions but is, in our view, only goldbricking.
Reinhard Bendix, Work and Authority in Industry: Ideologies of Management in the Course of Industrialization, Harper & Row, New York, 1963; Allan Fox, Mian Mismanagement, Hutchinson, London, 1974; Donald Roy, 'Quota restriction and goldbricking in a machine shop', American Journal of Sociology, vol.
ash in Gashing, asp in Gasping, ass in Gassing, "ear" shift in Gearshifting, host in Ghosting, lass in Glassing, lobal fish in Global Fishing, lory in Glorying, loss in Glossing, offer in Goffering, old brick in Goldbricking, rat in Grating, rout in Grouting, "rifling" room in Griffin-Grooming, rift in Grifting, rump in Grumping, runt in Grunting, umbo in Gumboing and--the rest of our merchandise always looks a lot better after you've seen it--utter slop in Gutter-Sloping
Bosses are beginning to take a dim view of all this virtual goldbricking.
But if, during the review of the videotape, evidence of momentary goldbricking or unintentional damage inflicted by mail sorters is discovered, those images cannot be used as justification for a reprimand, reassignment, or termination.