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idle

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kill time

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to pass time without working or in avoiding work

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We were lazing away the afternoon on the shores of Sibilobilo Lagoon on Lake Kariba, waiting for the blistering heat to diminish so we could once again climb and begin glassing for a bull elephant.
Maybe I'm labouring the point, but for me, for a spa break to work, you have to forget all about the real world and not feel guilty for lazing away the day reading Chat.
So if you fancy lazing away a weekend at The Lygon Arms, just answer this question:
Days were spent lazing away the mornings, stump shooting, flint-knapping, contemplating life, and of course, baiting and hunting my three sites.
Much of the time at Ulpotha, though, is simply spent lazing away the days - reading, eating, and strolling through a paddy field or round the plots of chillies and aubergines.
IF your idea of the perfect holiday is lazing away your days under the Mediterranean sun why not go the whole hog - and buy yourself an island there.
AUGUST 13 What could be more enjoyable than lazing away a Sunday afternoon, soaking up the sun and some music in the grounds of one of England's finest stately homes?
Powering the canoe down the river is hard work but the romantic notion of feeling like Huckleberry Finn, lazing away sticky afternoons on the Mississippi river, helped keep up the momentum.
Mariella Frostrup regaled us with tales of lazing away her stay at one of the most luxurious island resorts in the world,Valerie Singleton told us all about her awesome trip to the Namib desert,and Judith Chalmers entertained us with her experiences of basking in the midnight sun above the Arctic Circle.
Lazing away on a beach with a book may be just what the doctor ordered but Tunisia's resorts also offer a comprehensive range of activities for those seeking more strenuous pursuits.