indolence[ in-dl-uh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF indolence
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He was an athletic man, and the indolence of camp life did not suit him as it did Yates.
He told me that indolence and the use of stimulants was the cause of my bad health.
He forbore touching that mystery out of love, timidity, and indolence.
And he was also indolent, with the indolence which is so often the secret of good nature.
Repeatedly he requested the Admiralty that they would not leave him to rust in indolence.
But man was not born for the indolence of pleasure and the uniformity of fruition.
I would let you have a reasonable amount of indolence and rest.
Much more of their time they pass in indolence, resigned to sleep and repasts.
People were apt to fancy that she was patient to a degree of indolence.
On the other hand, indolence not only occasions diseases, and renders men useless to society, but it is the parent of vice.
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