- n. The state or quality of being lackadaisical.
- From lackadaisical + -ness (Wiktionary)
“Now I can go back to checking BSNYC posts with my normal lackadaisicalness rather than obsessively holding out FTW.”
“This could be a simple story of parental expectations and teenage lackadaisicalness.”
“Moreover Gard was at an age when youthful susceptibilities were softened by the lackadaisicalness of his returning state of health and hope.”
“Nevertheless, almost any military or ex-military will immediately tell you that FIGMO stands for "F*** - it, I Got My Orders," an event that generally ushers-in for some a period of lackadaisicalness, self-centeredness, lack of interest, etc.”
“Clint Dempsey was only too happy to punish their lackadaisicalness by stealing the ball off of Sergio Ramos and smashing the ball into the back of the net.”
“The lackadaisicalness of the inept ruling elite and its failure to create national cohesion by addressing the anomalies, deprivations of the people, distance between the two wings of Pakistan separated by over a thousand miles, and training of Mukti Bahini guerillas in Indian army camps who later moved along with Indian army units in the then East”
“But in my opinion there is not in the sorrowful life of Russia a more mournful phenomenon than this lackadaisicalness and vitiation of thought.”
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