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The rich folks would be poor, and the poor folks wouldn't stay rich; they would be lazier, and get more drink.

The Copy-Cat and Other StoriesMary E. Wilkins Freeman

Some wag once said: "All men are lazy, but some are lazier than others."

Analyzing CharacterKatherine M. H. Blackford and Arthur Newcomb

He is the laziest scamp imaginable; lazier even than his boozing old father.

To hit the near leader is a little more difficult, and a good reason, by the way, for putting the lazier leader on the off side.

Riding and DrivingEdward L. Anderson

The whole school smiled,207 for there was no lazier boy than this same Riley.

The Hoosier School-boyEdward Eggleston

Another bright and futile dream bedazzled the lazier colonists—gold.

The Pocahontas-John Smith StoryPocahontas Wight Edmunds

But Mollie kept getting lazier and lazier, and father kept getting stronger and healthier.

The Cinder PondCarroll Watson Rankin

I was certain you were awake but you feel lazy, and the longer you lie here the lazier you will feel!

Mrs. Severn, Vol. 1 (of 3)Mary Elizabeth Carter

I dont see how either one of you could get any lazier than you always have been, laughed Lee.

I left them together,—Davy lazier than I had ever seen him, and she more like brilliant evening than unexcited morning.


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