lazy

[ ley-zee ]SEE DEFINITION OF lazy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LAZY

The industrious and thrifty would be at the mercy of the lazy and wicked.

The faintest whiff of stephanotis came to her on the lazy summer air.

There was no sparkle of any kind on the lazy stream of his life.

If you weren't too lazy to give orders, Pete, you'd have cold beer for a day like this.

I guess she thinks we're a lazy bunch, all right, when the old man's gone.

"You're across the dead line, m' son," said Stanley, with lazy significance.

"I think some one else was lazy also," said Constance, gently drawing the child to her.

At length Roden rose from his chair with slow, lazy movements.

You know you're giving the school a bad name by being so lazy.

Hit don't look no sech a thing—like you was shif'less an' lazy.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR LAZY

loafing

adjectivedoing nothing useful
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