Thesaurus / laggard
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He chucked a thumb over his shoulder in the direction of MacLeod, busy with the laggard men.

Barty was no laggard in love; but he dearly loved his uncle Archie, and was loyal to him all through.

The MartianGeorge Du Maurier

At sunrise Clark started on again, through icy water waist-deep, this time with the stern command to shoot the first laggard.

American Men of ActionBurton E. Stevenson

The Duc's laggard courage was spurred to fight more than one duel for his wife's tarnished fame.

George was no laggard lover; within the hour he rang the familiar bell.

The Guinea StampAnnie S. Swan

Oh, guide this laggard pen To write of one who loved his fellow men!

He went to the Sarradets' the next evening, as he had been bidden, but he went with laggard steps.

A Young Man's YearAnthony Hope

Love of money makes genius a laggard, for genius does not pay except in a run too long for most men's breath.

She had a way of calling to the laggard—hallooing, I believe it's supposed to be.

GigoloEdna Ferber

In the perturbed political condition he was anxious not to go ahead of events and still not play the laggard.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.