laziness[ ley-zee ]SEE DEFINITION OF laziness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LAZINESS
We'll cure Jim of laziness, and it will be a fine piece of work.
Laziness, that brutish existence which had been his dream, proved his punishment.
The light labour entrusted to him became irksome owing to his laziness.
Perhaps I should never have written at all if you hadn't urged me, shamed me out of my laziness.
Oh, they don't grumble; any excuse for laziness is warmly welcomed.
The laziness of the Irish people was here exploited with advantage.
Love is a passion most intimately connected with laziness and little money.
That fat blind man had given himself up to a very lust of laziness.
Lucien Buonaparte once asked Massieu, "What is laziness or idleness?"
At first this sort of thing seems to us to spring from laziness or from discourtesy.