"The day is young, but I'm no sluggard, you know," said the lawyer.
The sluggard is wiser in his own conceit than seven men that can render a reason.
The fans who watch the game of life despise the sluggard in the strife.
To escape this fault, a man must be either a saint or a sluggard.
I will not, like a sluggard, wear out my youth in idleness at home.
I knew him for a sluggard in the morning; but, as it drew on toward noon, I lost my patience.
We are told to go to the ant—at least the sluggard is—but for what?
No sluggard, be it known, can hope to catch grasshoppers with any degree of success.
While he had stood there a dolt and sluggard, she had satisfied her curiosity and stolen away.
As vinegar to the teeth, And as smoke to the eyes, So is the sluggard to them that send him.