do-nothing[ doo-nuhth-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF do-nothing
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DO-NOTHING
The Do-Nothing school has almost enough truth on its side to be right.
A do-nothing life is a mistake, and only fit for a pet dog, and him it kills.
For years she was a very sick woman, a victim of do-nothing ailments.
Malthus was not a thoroughgoing supporter of the 'do-nothing' doctrine.
Has any one a suggestion to make as to the first adventure of the Do-Nothing Club?
Like his wife Louis the Do-nothing was barely twenty years of age.
Justly nicknamed the "Do-nothing," he looked as nonchalant as he seemed bored.
I am but a dawdler, a do-nothing, the butt and laughing-stock of all brave men.
He had been called a dawdler and a trifler and a do-nothing.
These are the moments of do-nothing heroics to which even good men surrender at times.