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  • adj. Like a sluggard.

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Examples

  • To now say that the London tube bombings were a one off, or on the other to say that we can neither detain nor expel those whom our intelligence indicates to be a threat is the kind of sluggardly thinking that I associate with lotus-eaters.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Visions of Thomas Idle ambling serenely on the back of a steed as lazy as himself, presenting to a restless world the soothing and composite spectacle of a kind of sluggardly Centaur, too peaceable in his habits to alarm anybody, swam attractively before my eyes.

    Lazy Tour of Two Idle Apprentices

  • Thanks to BMW's four-mode driving-dynamics software—which ratchets up the responses of the steering, suspension, engine, transmission and brakes—the 640i has a broad performance envelope, from sluggardly to aggressive.

    BMW 640i: For the All-Business Person

  • Dan Neil / The Wall Street Journal Thanks to BMW's four-mode driving-dynamics software—which ratchets up the responses of the steering, suspension, engine, transmission and brakes—the 640i has a broad performance envelope, from sluggardly to aggressive.

    BMW 640i

  • Syracuse began sluggardly against Butler, going the first 7 minutes without a field goal.

    Underdawgs

  • Do not worry, dear readers, there are still three weeks to catch up on any false starts or sluggardly behavior.

    Daniel Denvir: Happy Masturbation Month!

  • Today, the English may have their sluggardly couch-potato side; their liberties have been somewhat diminished, and they are recorded by CCTV cameras more often than any other nation on earth.

    Such, Such Was Eric Blair

  • Best wishes for the New Year and may you continue to inspire us more sluggardly painters to get on with it.

    And the Winner is: Minden Miniatures!

  • Categories: Daniel · good stuff · micropreemie · preemie mom sluggishly, sluggardly, slugging along

    11 « March « 2008 « Adventures in Juggling

  • Given its sluggardly response to Hurricane Katrina, the Administration cannot afford to appear slow-to-respond when the next disaster unfolds.

    Archive 2005-09-01

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