He goes down into the street, and dawdles an hour or so a day at his broker's.
It is the adolescent who loafs and dawdles on street corners.
Reenawlee; a slow-going fellow who dawdles and delays and hesitates about things.
He must put the screw on Henslowe, and if Henslowe dawdles, why we shall just drain and repair and sink for a well ourselves.
If he should ever slip up, it might well be put down as an insult, because he never forgets or dawdles.
He lingers and dawdles through his round of hours as though it joyed him to be sluggish.
He must put the screw on Henslowe, and if Henslowe dawdles, why we shall just drain and repair and sink for a well, ourselves.
Of what use is a man who dawdles away his time on a fiddle; of what benefit is he to mankind?
He doesn't read, and he doesn't study; he just dawdles around, and calls on the girls, and talks with them by the hour.
But Dawdles wor as gooid as his word, an' long befoor it wor done he declared it wor th' cheapest mait he ivver bowt.