indolent

[ in-dl-uhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF indolent

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In his indolent, rather selfish way, he was much in love with his wife.

And he was also indolent, with the indolence which is so often the secret of good nature.

I also was too indolent--truly, not figuratively; the book was never written.

None but the frivolous or the indolent will say, “I am too old to learn.”

All at once, his mind had become too indolent to do any more thinking.

If buboes accompany it, they are mostly of an indolent nature.

He was not indolent by nature, and liked the very fact of active occupation.

Never give yourself the indolent habit of careless expression.

Who knows how indolent you might have become, had you found the prize too easily won.

To an indolent man like myself, these houses are impossible to leave.

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