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synonyms for dawdler

  • debtor
  • defaulter
  • felon
  • hoodlum
  • juvenile delinquent
  • lawbreaker
  • offender
  • wrongdoer
  • blackguard
  • culprit
  • deadbeat
  • deadhead
  • derelict
  • desperado
  • jailbird
  • loafer
  • lounger
  • malefactor
  • miscreant
  • neglecter
  • outlaw
  • punk
  • recreant
  • reprobate
  • sinner
  • JD
  • black sheep
  • evader
  • fallen angel
  • juvie
  • young offender
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How to use dawdler in a sentence

He had been called a dawdler and a trifler and a do-nothing.
UNDER HANDICAPJACKSON GREGORY
The pinch of necessity had come at last: the world no longer offered him the life of an elegant dawdler.
WASHINGTON IRVINGHENRY W. BOYNTON
Indeed, I was a confirmed dawdler almost before I was able to think or act for myself.
PARKHURST BOYSTALBOT BAINES REED
And a weakling, a dawdler like himself, must reply to a hero like that!
THE TORRENTVICENTE BLASCO IBAEZ
You were never meant to become a cynical dawdler in a country house.
THE DOCTOR'S WIFEM. E. BRADDON
I am but a dawdler, a do-nothing, the butt and laughing-stock of all brave men.
HELMET OF NAVARREBERTHA RUNKLE
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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