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“Lackadaisical at least to fans of the auditory equivalent of the greasy spoon, an allegorical allusion to yesteryear diners that served up messy, unadorned, bloodcurdling (and clogging) goods.”
“Lackadaisical reporting, poor journalism, opinion as news.”
“BO is driving me crazy with this Lackadaisical campaign.”
“One could never tell by the Lackadaisical behavior of most Americans.”
“Lackadaisical teachers who care little for working with young people and have entered this field for its long holidays and short work days will soon wake up with a nasty bump," he said.”
“Lackadaisical Gertrude, whose face is so perfect in the daytime, looks pale and insipid by gaslight, and timidly walks through the dance.”
“Lackadaisical mankind did not then dream of the thoroughness and elaboration with which Deutschland was preparing her many deep and diabolical designs.”
“Lackadaisical gentlemen had better emigrate to fool's-land, where men get their living by wearing shiny boots and lavender gloves.”
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“• Lackadaisical, Wolves coach Rick Adelman said that after his team had turned the ball over 23 times.”
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