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Synonyms for sloth

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a disinclination to work or exert yourself

any of several slow-moving arboreal mammals of South America and Central America

apathy and inactivity in the practice of virtue (personified as one of the deadly sins)

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It went after the sloth bear but she kept charging in order to protect her cub," Kumar told Indian news network NDTV.
He spotted a stuffed version of one of the infamous DMV 'Zootopia' sloths, Flash, on an employee's desk.
Iblis, the Asiatic lion, right, and Rico the sloth, below
SEVEN Rodrigues fruit bats and a two-toed sloth are the latest residents to join Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo.
YOU might be forgiven for thinking that this sloth is the latest addition at the Welsh Mountain Zoo - but it is in fact a completely edible cake.
I spent time at a sloth sanctuary in Bahia in north-east Brazil, I hiked to Machu Picchu in Peru and I chilled out with cocktails on Copacabana beach in Rio.
Bugzy will be joined on the night by Radio 1 Extra frontman Charlie Sloth who will be DJing.
Two at the front shout examples of zeal, another answers Virgil's plea for directions, and two more cry out examples of sloth.
In January 2014, a dead (accidental death) female 3-toed sloth (Bradypus tridactylus) (Figure, panel A) was found on the road near the residence of a Q fever patient.
There are upsides and downsides to evolving a body that can hang toes-up for some four to six hours a day, as the three-fingered sloth does, says sloth biologist Rebecca Cliffe of the Sloth Sanctuary of Costa Rica near Limon.
student specialises in embroidery and created the sound suit, accompanying headdress and collaborative track with musician Toby Wilson, aka Dr Sloth.
The paperwork aquarium staff produced didn't convince the Bocas del Toro authorities, who hadn't received any word of the impending sloth export.
They stood at her gate with a baby sloth whose mother had been hit by a car.
The argument, which was originally outlined in a book called The Ghosts Of Evolution by Connie Barlow, published in 2000, is that avocados had no right to survive once the giant sloth and other megafauna became extinct.