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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

Thare aint no proffitt in keeping a hen for his eggs, if he laze less than one a day.
JOSH BILLINGS, HIZ SAYINGSHENRY WHEELER SHAW
For the present I have no time and no right to laze and enjoy myself.'
Sunshine-and-shadow time for birds to sing by; sunshine-and-shadow time for mortals to laze and dream by.
VIRGINIA: THE OLD DOMINIONFRANK W. HUTCHINS AND CORTELLE HUTCHINS
It was a land to laze in, to do nothing in haste; only the wind stirred it up to a semblance of passion.
"Water enough for him to laze away his time fishin' when he's sober, and deep enough to drown him when he's drunk," said Wingate.
I suppose you think my brain is getting muddled, but it would go altogether if I tried to do nothing but laze about.
TOM AND SOME OTHER GIRLSMRS. GEORGE DE HORNE VAIZEY
I had only hoped to get a few private gardens of some of my friends to laze and pose over, but this is startling.
THE TINDER-BOXMARIA THOMPSON DAVIESS
It is possible these hooks may be pegs to prevent the shifting of the laze rods.
I have time to laze a little, and lie down all dressed on the bed, resting and thinking.
WANDERERSKNUT HAMSUN
A few days stolen out of the year in which to laze, and be happy, and—drift!
AN UNKNOWN LOVERMRS. GEORGE DE HORNE VAIZEY

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