loiter[ loi-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF loiter
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOITER
But the Prussians were drawing near: it would not answer to loiter behind the wall.
He attempted to loiter, and threw in a line as if his only intention were to fish.
He seemed to loiter, as if on purpose to meet with our hero.
But the Secretary's messengers know when to hasten and when to loiter on the way.
Very few people are, as a rule, in Paris, and these are not tempted to loiter.
I an't so fond of his company that I'd loiter about him for such things, if he did.
As for those of us who remain, we will loiter as much as ever we please.
Such then as loiter and live idly, are not good prelates, or ministers.
Now they might take their ease, now they might loiter in the gardens of the Loire.
Whatever may be their effect, I shall not loiter at either place.