Definitions

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  • adj. constitutionally lazy or idle

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Examples

  • The very bone-lazy bonehead who had helped so little with my recent cases, the deadbeat who would not wake up if you set a fire under his chair.

    Petty Pewter Gods

  • The coolies were bone-lazy, the admiral and first-lieutenant were sulky, and the weather was stuffy and threatened thunder -- the conditions were altogether detrimental to placidity of temper.

    A Holiday in the Happy Valley with Pen and Pencil

  • This bone-lazy film is a comedy only if you believe Kevin James falling off a rope swing is funny.

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  • For all those who think people without health insurance are just bone-lazy, I'm here to tell you I've been among at least 100,000 of them who are anything but that in deep Southwest Virginia and Upper East Tennessee.

    Examiner California Headlines

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