Thesaurus / idled
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A final word on shopping for the best board gamesKeeping a few board games on hand is a wise move if you’re looking for a way to occupy idle hours or entertain a group of family and friends to keep the spirit of a gathering alive.
I also loved watching an excellent video presentation of Westminster Abbey by London’s famous Blue Badge certified guides, who did three videos a week while they were idled by the lockdown.
The city moved some employees to the property, so it hasn’t sat idle, but it has yet to fulfill the purpose the city intended – and it’s unclear when exactly it might.
The estate is actually now a theme park, but it sat idle and neglected for something like a decade after Escobar was shot dead by Colombian police in 1993.
That means the country has capital and labor sitting idle, waiting to be used, so at least the components of growth are more available than they were.
Much of the medical staff idled, doing crossword puzzles and explaining they were forced to document everything by hand.
Five cars were in front of me in the drive-through at my local McDonald’s, not counting the three or four idling in the waiting area of the parking lot.
While the freighters are full, air-cargo volume has tumbled this year because so much belly capacity is sitting idle.
As Miss Newton idled over her embroidery he would lounge near her and make little jests about Hayes's age, size, and manners.
Here he idled, barely touched his drink, and passed the time in bantering the maid servant.