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synonyms for lazier

  • apathetic
  • careless
  • dull
  • inattentive
  • indifferent
  • lackadaisical
  • lethargic
  • passive
  • sleepy
  • tired
  • weary
  • asleep on the job
  • comatose
  • dallying
  • dilatory
  • drowsy
  • flagging
  • idle
  • indolent
  • inert
  • laggard
  • lagging
  • languid
  • languorous
  • lifeless
  • loafing
  • neglectful
  • out of it
  • procrastinating
  • remiss
  • shiftless
  • slack
  • slothful
  • slow
  • slow-moving
  • snoozy
  • somnolent
  • supine
  • tardy
  • torpid
  • trifling
  • unconcerned
  • unenergetic
  • unindustrious
  • unpersevering
  • unready
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antonyms for lazier

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  • activated
  • active
  • attentive
  • careful
  • caring
  • concerned
  • energetic
  • fresh
  • interested
  • lively
  • vivacious
  • diligent
  • hard-working
  • industrious
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How to use lazier in a sentence

That gives you two weeks for a vacation—enough to make a sick boy well, or a lazy one lazier.
LETTERS FROM A SELF-MADE MERCHANT TO HIS SONGEORGE HORACE LORIMER
The campers, never very early risers, grew lazier every day—and fatter!
THE CASTAWAYS OF PETE'S PATCHCARROLL WATSON RANKIN
On the contrary, says he, who among the country people live lazier lives than the grazier and the dairyman?
A SHORT HISTORY OF ENGLISH AGRICULTUREW. H. R. CURTLER
I made little progress that day, the weather proving hot, and my horse lazier than ever.
THE PURPLE LANDW. H. HUDSON
For there never was a lazier or worse servant than I am, or one that grumbles more at doing a day's work for his master.
A READING BOOK IN IRISH HISTORYP. W. JOYCE
I left them together,—Davy lazier than I had ever seen him, and she more like brilliant evening than unexcited morning.
CHARLES AUCHESTER, VOLUME 2 (OF 2)ELIZABETH SHEPPARD
If possible, they are as a race lazier than the western Lao, as they are certainly more musical.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 16, SLICE 2VARIOUS
Another bright and futile dream bedazzled the lazier colonists—gold.
THE POCAHONTAS-JOHN SMITH STORYPOCAHONTAS WIGHT EDMUNDS
Not since John Smith's day had such an efficient leader hustled lazier men.
THE POCAHONTAS-JOHN SMITH STORYPOCAHONTAS WIGHT EDMUNDS
And so the time went on in a quiet sleepy way, the men getting lazier every day.
BEGUMBAGHGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
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