loafer

[ loh-fer ]SEE DEFINITION OF loafer

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOAFER

A good worker like him, not a loafer or a drunkard, he could have understood in that case.

Only one man may be scouted by any one, and that is the loafer.

And, as for their calling you a loafer—well, that's your own fault, too.

The loafer came in with a grin of good-nature on his perspiring and dirty face.

What did she think he was—a fool, a loafer, a uniformed nonentity?

To be proud that one wasn't a loafer or a drone, or a parasite on the body economic.

It is sunshine all the time in this lotus land of the loafer.

He spoke in a refined voice, though his appearance was that of a loafer.

All the mowing was done with scythes, and the raking with hand rakes and "loafer" rakes.

If people don't understand what it is you want to do, they always call you a loafer!

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