Thesaurus / loitered


Had he not loitered in the hall of the theatre, with coat-collar turned up, to hear just that?

I have loitered on Waterloo Bridge to gaze on the magic of the river and listen to the eerie music of Time's roaring loom.

If he loitered and covered only 18 miles a day, that is, reaching Gyangtse in ten days, he was to expect only 10 rupees.

Some started to go out, but loitered, hearing no bell-tap to land.

Life On The Mississippi, CompleteMark Twain (Samuel Clemens)

They loitered about in their faultless uniforms, or rode along whip in hand.

As the Shawnees loitered beside the stream, they produced rations of dried meat, and ate heartily.

Spotted DeerElmer Gregor

The Chameleon went, but it walked slowly, and loitered on the way, eating of a shrub called Bukwebezane.

From the lobby window, where I loitered for a few moments, I looked out upon the well-known forest-trees.

Uncle SilasJ. S. LeFanu

His wife, instead of going diligently on with her husband, lingered and loitered on the way, and was lost.

As I loitered in my room, I heard the shuffling of slippered feet in the hall, and a timid knock at Polly's door.

The Fat of the LandJohn Williams Streeter


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