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- adj. utterly lazy
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. disinclined to work or exertion.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. constitutionally lazy or idle
Scooby et al always start adventures doing the most pointless of journeys in the Mystery Machine van – they are petrol-guzzling, bone-idle slackers.
Victimhood as comfort blanket, an excuse for bone-idle black kids, who don't seem to have noticed that Asian children tend to do pretty well in British schools?
Doesnt this just encourage other bone-idle feckless families?
The real 'enemies of British society' are the workshy and bone-idle white working class, with their massive dependence on state benefits, ignorance, casual violence, fecundity and alcoholism.
His portrayal of Stan Butler did much to perpetuate the image of the 1970s worker as a bone-idle work-dodger; we forget today just how enormously popular On the Buses was.
You are right, the consensus among run-of-the-mill bone-idle journalists is that Wakefield has been proved wrong.
So, are mummy's boy's bone-idle, broke or basket cases?
His diction also came under fire, as “He would not affect a drawling, bone-idle accent that his colleagues had perfected after years of hoovering gak in some godawful nightspot while a random Geldof played her frigging ipod over the main speakers.”
I was tempted to take some around to the neighbors to show them what I had accomplished, but my bone-idle laziness kicked and I just ate and enjoyed.
He muttered something about bone-idle servants, and pushed the cup away.
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