Thesaurus / loiter

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Were you born into the world, do you think, to loiter through life an idle worshipper at the altar of beauty?
A LOST LEADERE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
This is our time; we may now loiter at our ease secure from the swift and scorching sarcasms of the crowded dawn.
Messrs. Leadham and Loiter, the publishers, were civil to her.
THE WAY WE LIVE NOWANTHONY TROLLOPE
There was landscape enough here for any budding Turners, but we two had still eight hours to go and not money enough to loiter.
He could loiter at street corners now with the best of them, and talk to any one who happened to be loitering there too.
RAVENSHOEHENRY KINGSLEY
“You may rest assured that we shall not loiter in Norfolk,” said Mr. Berners.
CRUEL AS THE GRAVEMRS. EMMA D. E. N. SOUTHWORTH
It was because Rossini, who was one of his idols, had said "that a musician should loiter away some of his time under that sky."
AN ENGLISHMAN IN PARISALBERT D. (ALBERT DRESDEN) VANDAM
Needless to say we did not loiter there, especially as it had been shelled several times during the preceding few days.
You had more time to loiter on a summer morning, and there was less distance to plod through the winter snows and rains.
Since by dark wood, or hamlet far retired, Spell-struck, with thee I loiter'd.

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