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Quite aware of his inclination to laxness, I was yet unprepared for his present state.

The laxness of the family housekeeping had led him to distrust all hands and heads but his own.

In laxness of morals and in luxury this period was much like the two preceding.

He was as good as his word, speaking of the laxness of both Iroquois and Wyandots.

His convictions made him a vehement antagonist of churchdom because of its stiffness of creed and laxness of practice.

The general charge seems to be of laxness and needlessly high salaries rather than any wholesale corruption.

Indeed, their laxness was also much canvassed with us, and the more staid of the visitors openly enough expressed their censure.

Conventionality took the place of the old freedom and joyousness which had so often degenerated into laxness.

Laxness in the care of one's room may mean the habit of laxness in other and more important ways.

Since coming to the Meiggs Plantation there had been a certain amount of laxness in regard to what the children did.

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