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These Maruts stir up even the sluggard, even the vagrant, as the gods pleased.
SACRED BOOKS OF THE EASTVARIOUS
They say that life among artists is rather swift, and I don't think your husband can be called a sluggard.
CREDITORS; PARIAHAUGUST STRINDBERG
If you would know a sluggard in the things of heaven, compare him with one that is slothful in the things of this world.
THE HEAVENLY FOOTMANJOHN BUNYAN
Besides, she had never been so busy before in all her life, and Ruth Fielding was no sluggard.
RUTH FIELDING IN THE RED CROSSALICE B. EMERSON
The soul of the sluggard desireth and hath nothing; but the hand of the diligent maketh rich.
THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE: THE BOOK OF JOSHUAWILLIAM GARDEN BLAIKIE
But why doth not the sluggard at thy feet rise up and stand before me, if he be thy loveling?
THE WATER OF THE WONDROUS ISLESWILLIAM MORRIS
The foolish sluggard stares hopelessly into the intricacies of the forest, and thinks that it can never be reclaimed.
THE CLAIMS OF LABOURARTHUR HELPS
Still, if the march of mind for half a century can finally rouse the sluggard class, it is well.
BUCHANAN'S JOURNAL OF MAN, JANUARY 1888VARIOUS
The desire of the sluggard killeth him, because his hands refuse to labour.
A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY (VOLUME 1 OF 4)RICHARD BAXTER
To-morrow is still the sluggard's working day; and to-day is his idle day.
A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY (VOLUME 1 OF 4)RICHARD BAXTER

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