Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of, pertaining to, or in the manner of a lounger; sauntering; lolling: as, a lounging gait.
- v. present participle of lounge.
“And long-term lounging is out of the question because we're focused on making our house a home.”
“This night of dancing and lounging is hosted by Keith Bindlestiff and Tyler Fyre, who bring in the hottest circus acts around.”
“Mrs. Bowen and Jewel were enjoying a leisure hour before dinner, in lounging chairs before the blazing grate-fire in the former's sitting-room.”
“And I must say that he was quite a remarkable youth, as studious as a judge, but much too full of vain lounging among the fair sex.”
“But lounging from the street towards the Hotel you are struck with interest of quite another kind.”
“At length, as if tired of what in modern phrase would have been termed lounging, he suddenly remembered that Burbage was to act Shakespeare's King Richard, at the”
“Who doesn't like the idea of lounging after a long day?”
“It's that time of year when the perfect weekend could probably be best described as lounging on the beach or spending the day at the pool, soaking up rays and cooling down with some leisurely strokes in the water.”
“You see the thing that always deterred me from bean bags apart from the lava lamp bit is that they are only really good for lounging, which is fine because I like lounging but I would rather a chair I can use for other things, specifically for me being able to draw in it.”
“Ginger Spice, who also goes by the name Gerri Halliwell, is in Sardinia, Monaco, today, doing what all famous people do, namely lounging around on a yacht in a”
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