He cannot afford to be a trifler or a loiterer on the way, but must push on continually.
The Loiterer was not sold only to the local public at Oxford.
Another way was described in the diary of a modern Oxford man in The Loiterer.
But the “loiterer” came at that moment, or rather, drove up.
“They call her the Good Hope, of Dartmouth,” replied the loiterer.
Up to that time he allows himself to be a loiterer in ethics.
A loiterer may have wandered into the building, and then left when we gave chase.
In case of doubt, here was a cogent reason to hurry a loiterer.
It is our duty to strengthen the loiterer as long as reason supplies a means.
One was always punctual at school, the other a loiterer by the way.