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To Beal, lackadaisical defense led to poor three-point shooting.
The stones and metal rattle inEach dry and withering ear, As lackadaisical they loll,And preen themselves, and peer.
Survivals of this lackadaisical or romantic ideal occur freely in the tastes of the well-to-do classes of Continental countries.
He had seen Eugene around town, knew no harm of him except that he was lackadaisical and rather moody.
THE "GENIUS"THEODORE DREISER
I will command myself; I will be just what I have always been—a little graver perhaps, but not lackadaisical and pining.
To give every ounce in you to do what you set out to do—no lackadaisical dilettantism—your whole heart in it—and go to it!
ROUGH-HEWNDOROTHY CANFIELD
I said it only out of politeness and force of habit, and I can assure you I am as tired of this lackadaisical idiocy as you are.
FIGURES OF EARTHJAMES BRANCH CABELL
The two bears had given a complete if somewhat lackadaisical rendition of their act.
SUNDRY ACCOUNTSIRVIN S. COBB
He had for a moment been very angry when his friend had told him that he could not sympathize with a lackadaisical lover.
Lackadaisical gentlemen had better emigrate to fool's-land, where men get their living by wearing shiny boots and lavender gloves.

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