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Do you want to make an early morning excursion—before Lazybones Helen is roused from her rosy slumbers?
RUTH FIELDING ON THE ST. LAWRENCEALICE B. EMERSON
He don't want to find gold for the king any longer,—the lazybones!
THE PRINCESS AND CURDIEGEORGE MACDONALD
A grand sentiment—but nothing would promote work in you, you dear old lazybones, so it's no use arguing the point.
A PAIR OF SCHOOLGIRLSANGELA BRAZIL
"Don't know, and don't care," came out with characteristic Lazybones indifference.
PRINCE LAZYBONES AND OTHER STORIESMRS. W. J. HAYS
This means Jump up, lazybones; and take a swim before the sun rises.
THE LIFE AND LETTERS OF LAFCADIO HEARN, VOLUME 1ELIZABETH BISLAND
There was old Lazybones, as Pedro had named the one who, presenting the greatest girth, had to carry the largest pack.
UNEXPLORED!ALLEN CHAFFEE
Lazybones never objected to taking mail to Lady Gray, because she always gave him something.
THE CHICKENS OF FOWL FARMLENA E. BARKSDALE
He had been giving Lazybones some instructions about digging sweet potatoes, which he had offered to pay him for.
THE CHICKENS OF FOWL FARMLENA E. BARKSDALE
All right, Lazybones, stay here by your lonesome and content yourself thinking what a fine time we're having.
FRANK MERRIWELL'S PURSUITBURT L. STANDISH
"Lazybones," snickered Jimmieboy, as the pillow landed on Fred's curly head.
BIKEY THE SKICYCLE AND OTHER TALES OF JIMMIEBOYJOHN KENDRICK BANGS
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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capacitor

WORDS RELATED TO LAZYBONES

  • dawdler
  • drone
  • fainéant
  • idler
  • laggard
  • lazybones
  • loafer
  • slouch
  • slug
  • snail
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